Has Anyone Uesed A PrimaLuna Amp With Harbeth Speaker's

Hi guys, I will be on the market soon for a new amp and I keep looking at the Primaluna Amps, has anyone heard the Primaluna Dialogue Premium amp driving a pair of Harbeth's 30.1 speakers? these are 87d/b and I am not sure how this will work out?
I don't really have an agenda  to fulfill just making sure everybody's aware of what I've heard. I can give you my source if you'd like. He is a good dealer and he said he would tell Kevin to his face the same things that he said to me when I called him and asked him advice on Prima Luna versus Rogue since he sells both and likes both.
I am not sure about quality control issues, but I did have an issue with my Primaluna HP integrated leaking noise between inputs, which made me wonder if the input relay was in fact doing anything. Kevin assured me this was not an issue but it bothered me enough to sell it. The prologue 3 preamp / prologue 5 amp had no such issue and I didn’t think upgrading to the HP integrated would leave me feeling regretful. But sometimes we just get the short straw. I since upgraded to a Backert Rhumba 1.2 preamp and Paradox Pulse Monoblocks and I will say the dynamics and noise floor alone, are in another league.

We should all remember there is no brand that lacks competition.

After reading what clarinetmonster2 was told from one current dealer and another former dealer,

(  I've now heard from one current dealer and another former dealer that say PL sound nice but the QC is not the greatest. One said he sells both Rogue and PL and the Rogue is built more consistently. They both said that there are a high number, relatively speaking, of PL warranty claims compared to others like Rogue.)

I decided to call my dealer to make an appointment to try out the PrimaLuna amps & pre amps, but  also to ask him about any problems that he has had, or knowns off, with the PrimaLuna product’s and of there QC.

I have been using this dealer for many years now and he does seem to known his product’s that he  sells, I trust in what he says, and he always seems to point you in the right direction. He said the same, that PrimaLuna are built as well as any and far better than most and that he wished all of his products that he kept, were as well made as the PrimaLuna.

I then called a 2nd dealer who sell’s PrimaLuna, I have never used them but they are well knoing here in the UK, and asked them the same question, they told me much the same as my own dealer did.    

Just buy it used and you can’t go wrong in my book. I got a prologue 3 preamp for $850 and prologue 5 amp for $900 both brand new, just by staying a mode behind the current line up. I do feel the quality control was much better so that’s worth it alone IMO. Even a dialogue 2 integrated would be my choice over the current dialogue “premium” integrated. 
I have owned and used a PL Dialogue Premium preamp for almost three years on a daily basis and have had nothing..(nil,nought,zero,zilch,zip) issues of any sort with this unit.
And the fact that I like rolling tubes a lot [eight total] has done zero harm to the integrity [bolted.. not soldered to a board] of the preamps tube sockets is a h-u-g-e bonus. Its a tank.

I can not give this product a better rating for its quality of build and sound across the board. The only thing that is missing from this pre.. to me at least.. would be a 'special edition' version of this unit that could maybe take it to the next higher musical level...if that is even at all possible... 8)