I am set on all but speakers, need advice on those

I need advice on the speakers, there are a lot of similar questions out there, but it looks like I am all set for now on all for the next 7 years except the speakers.
This is analog listening, on the front I have Oracle Paris TT, Ortofon RS-212D and Sumiko MDC 800 arms, Orotofon Windfeld and Grado Amber Tribute carts, CJ PV12 with Phono stage and good tubes and capacitors, CJ MV-60SE amp. I want to know how much I should spend on the speakers so that ROI will be reasonable. Would that be 1.5K, 5K? (used of course). I mostly listen to classical incl symphony, chamber, piano, violin solo.
Using cable analogy I guess I would prefer 'copper' sound to 'silver', the musicality is the most important for me rather than 'definition'. When I started 14 months ago I got myself used Audes (from Estonia) for $600 just to start somewhere, now need to round it up and relax for sometime. I was looking at used Sonus Faber GPH but then thought may be I should spend more. Appreciate your folks input
Thank you
Why 7 years? Why not 6 or 8? I like you amp and preamp and liked them both. (Especially the amp). What have you heard so far that you like?
Sorry, but I forgot to ask about the price. It looks like you are trying to fit into a certain price range as opposed to finding a speaker that works well with your equipment. Personally, I find quite often, that price is not all that relevant when choosing equipment.
Thank you all, folks.
To Manitunc - you are correct, I did look at Liuto.
Though while I was looking through posts here I saw a couple stating that the GPH being an older issue somehow had more sweetness to it then the new ones like Liuto. Have not heard that related to TOY line though, need to check this out, I have not heard neither by the way so far, just trying to build an opinion in terms of price if this is at all possible before I look for the dealer place to audition.
To Xxqq250 - very well may be 8 or even more. On the price - looking for something that will make reasonable return on investment given the setup that I have. If $1.5K will be enough - great, if $5K will make more sense - so be it. For now I am pretty happy with these CJ babies though. I did go to a couple of dealers on Manhattan, ironically nothing I heard I didn't like, I didn't find any Souns Faber though to audition, still looking. Regards, Anatoliy
The reason I brought up price is that, in many cases, there is no correlation between price vs sound quality. I find that quite often, a less expensive component will outperform a more expensive one. My system is a good example of what I am talking about. Currently I have a Wadia CD player going into an Aesthetix (I might have spelled that wrong) preamp into 2 Ayre V5's that drive a pair of Vandereteen 2cesig2 in a vert biamp. Cables are Audioquest and I have 2 Vand matching subs. So if you add up the cost of all the components in my system it's going to be about $ 25,000 to drive a pair of $2000 speakers. Even though there is a huge price difference, the speakers are not at all outclassed by the electronics. The point I am trying make is that it would be foolish to dismiss a component because it doesn't cost alot.

For your system I will list some speakers you might like. I would urge you, though, to not buy anything without a good demo, regardless if I or anyone else makes at recommendation.

Vandersteen 1 or 2 (I bet you could have guessed that one), Devore, ProAc, JM Labs (Focal), Used Meadowlark, Spendor, Aerial.

I know I'm forgetting a few. When I remember them I will post them for you.
If you have the room I would look at the dunlavy scIII and IV's that are for sale.