Looking for a new integrated amp

I am looking at three different choices for a new integrated amp. My budget is about $2000. The amps that I am considering are: 1. Rogue Sphinx V3   2. Creek EVO100A    3. Musical Fidelity M5si. What are everyone's experiences with these amps? Does one outshine the others? My taste in music are primarily rock, blues, and classical. My preferences are a wide and deep soundstage with a lot of detail. The rest of my system includes Pro Ject turntable with a ZYX Bloom 3 cartridge, Lounge LCR mkIII and Lounge Copla (both with the silver wire upgrade) and Tekton Double Impact speakers. Opinions on what would sound best with what I have would be greatly appreciated. Thanks....
If you could stretch yourself a bit. I would take a look at the Cary Audio SI-300.2D integrated. You can leverage their zero interest program - plus test it in your system with a 30 day trial.  

Before you buy any of those take a good look at the Peachtree Nova 300 or 500. Stunning performance and goobs of clean smooth power.
Roque and Creek :okay: No musical fidelity.  And first: go listen to them before you make a decision. 
You might be able to find a used Vincent Audio SV 237MK at your budget.  I had the SV 237 and it was excellent.  10 watts of class A power, 150 WPC, and a nice tube preamp section.
I've had lots of integrateds.
My favorite is my Musical Fidelity M5si. It's perfect and has no issues driving my difficult dynaudio stand mounts.
It really does it all..tremendous bass & warmth with excellent tonality and gorgeous midrange, yet doesn't shave anything off the top end.

I will probably keep forever unless I trade up to one of the new MF beasts! Tempting.
Re: prima luna. I loved my integrated, but to be honest my 1962 fisher kx 200 is actually much better sounding. and looking.