Dynaudio, ProAc, Totem???

Any thoughts on what would be the best monitor for a small room; Dynaudio Contour 1.3, ProAc 1SC or Totem Model One Signature
I would be driving the speakers with a McCormack DNA-0.5 ran directly froma Wadia 850 via Nordost cables. Mostly listen to jazz, rock, acoustic, blues, etc. Remember I have a very smal roon 12L x 10W. Thanks...John
BUY the Dynaudio speakers. They are kind of narrow in what can be used with them, to make them perform at their best. But, you have it. I also am a proponent of Coincident speakers, as my main speakers are their Digital Master w/Troubass subs(like WATT/Puppies, for tube freaks). But in this case, I have to go with the Contour 1.3.
I have heard Totem One's mated very successfully with McCormack amps. I love the way the Totems sound, but do not have much experience with the other speakers. From what I have read though, they are all comparable speakers and individual taste should be the determining factor, not the consensus from this site.
For you gentleman that have heard these speakers, can you comment, from your listening experience, as per distance from the back wall(behind the speaker) the differing models truly require? And how about Joseph Audio RM7si? Those of us with small rooms sure need to back 'em up if we can! Thanks.
I would also suggest the Merlin TSM-SE as another fine minimonitor to audition. Works well with tubes (87db/8ohm) but also shines with high quality solid state like Simaudio. Sounds better than the Contour 1.3s with the 70Wpc from my Sim I-5. The Contours need more power to really sing. Check out the reviews at www.merlinmusic.com