Integrated brand choice -- Simaudio, Hegel or Mark Levinson?

Narrowed down my integrated brand choice to these three.  Looking to spend $7-8k (used or new).  These will power Focal Electra 1028be's for now, with a possible upgrade to something else next year.
I'm familiar with Simaudio, but haven't heard/owned the Hegel or Mark Levinson.
Opening the floodgates for your opinions...
But Sugden, accuphase and Luxman do great a class amplifiers. Look also at match to speaker sensitivity... You won't need 800w if speakers are 94db sensitive and you listen to folk music at low level... As they say first Watts the most important. 
I love my Hegel H390. It is powering a pair of Focal Aria 936s and it sounds great!
Thanks all.
Selling my Bricasti M28 mono's in an attempt to simply and reduce my overall investment in the hobby (other priorities abound).
The more I thought about it last night, the more I reduced my wants to something that doesn't add color (IMO, that's what the speakers are for) but has sufficient power to not be stressed by a wide variety of music.
As much as I'd love to do in home, I'm not sure that's going to happen with all my choices.  As such, your opinions are helpful and appreciated.
Agree with a few other on here regarding the Luxman. I bought my first Luxman integrated amp earlier this year and its by far the best amp I've ever owned. You should definitely consider a 507UXii.