JM Lab Nova Be or Eggleston Savoy?

I'm in the market to purchase a truly musical speaker, and have heard the Nova's at a local dealer (Palo Alto, CA). However, I'm also considering (but haven't yet auditioned) the Savoy's. I'd love to learn from anyone who has had experience with either (or both:) of these speakers.

Thank you very much!
Hi Ecamel, please check my system for my thoughts:

Savoys are really wonderful speakers.

Enjoy, luca.
if listening to music is like traveling on a journey taking you wherever it chooses to then i would suggest nova be's.

i've lived with these wonderful speakers for 9 months and they just get better with time. highly recommended.

however, be warned, these speakers are ruthless at revealing shortcomings of anything upstream. they also demand good setup and solid mechanical grounding.
Thank you all for your replies! I have to agree with the opinions about the Nova's, which I've heard and really am impressed by.

I'm struggling to know more about the Savoy's, as there is no dealer here in california. I've called eggleston, and they're going to send me a couple of review articles (fi, anther from china), as well as a color catalog/something. I guess i'll have to find a way to listen to any EW speaker somehow to make some sort of assessment.(?)

One other question - do either of these speakers require a big room? (My setup is in a room that is ~27x14)

thanks for all your help!
I thought that Eggleston had a dealer in LA, no?

I heard the Andra II's fill a room that size without any strain whatsoever, and that was with 160W monoblocks and no preamp! There, now that I've saved you $20K, you can buy us both a pair. :-)