Martin Logan Montis vs Magico S1 vs sub with Micro Utopias

Hoping for some suggestions regarding either new speakers or adding a subwoofer to my current system.  Here's my current system:
- Tyler Acoustics D2 speakers
- JM Lab Mircro Utopia speakers (non BE)
- Yamaha AS3000 integrated amplifier
- PS Audio Directstream Jr with Bridge
- Cabling is Acoustic Zen Absolute Copper
- Apple MacMini utilizing iTunes with BitPerfect as well as Tidal and MQA
- Current room is 16' by 14' with relatively hard surfaces and area rugs.  Some absorption.

Musical preferences are all over the place with pop, classical, bluegrass, jazz, electronica, some world music. Again kind of all over the place. I tend to value a spacious kind of sound, detail without fatigue hence what I like about the D2's and the soft dome tweeter. I used to listen at much louder volumes than I do now so ultimate loudness just isn't as important as it used to be.

I have had Tyler Acoustic D2 speakers and have really enjoyed them over the years. I used them in a fairly large space 24' by 28' or so and they worked really well in that basement music/home theatre set up. I have since moved and my new music room (no home theatre) is 16' by 14'. The Tyler's are pretty big physically and they play nice in the smaller space but I felt they were better in the larger room, I guess related to that more spacious sound I prefer.

Recently I purchased JM Lab Micro Utopias with the thought of having a separate tube based system in addition to the Tylers. I used to own Mini Utopias with a tube integrated and loved that combination but as will happen I sold it off for other combinations. I have been switching back and forth between the Tylers and the Mircros and while the bass response is no contest between the two I have really enjoyed the resolution and spaciousness of the Mircros while still have pinpoint imaging, and teamed with the Yamaha it is a really good match. I think what I really like is the coherence of the two drivers in the Micro versus the four drivers of the D2. BUT as you would guess there needs to be more bass response with the Micros even though they are surprisingly good in that department. So some variant of a two way system is what I've been thinking.  

With all of that said what do you think of the three speakers listed originally? Magico S1 versus Martin Logan Montis versus my current JM Lab Mircro Utopias (non BE by the way) with a new subwoofer. I like that spacious, coherent and boxless sound of the ML's, though I have not heard the Montis. I haven't heard the Magicos but boy based on what I've read seem like something up my alley. Or do I stick with the Micro Utopias and hope for good integration with a sub, or is that a futile hope? While I really like the Tylers I'm just ready to try something new in this space while focusing on coherence and resolution.

I appreciate your comments.  Thanks everyone.  Don
I don’t have the experience of Dave and Troy, I just want to comment on the Montis. I have heard others also say that they do not have great dynamics, but unless dynamics are really important to you, they will probably be good enough. They will not flap your pants legs when there’s a big bam in the music.

If you have to place them really close to the front wall the dipole pattern would probably be a problem but if you can get the panels out about 3 feet you should be OK. You can also experiment with diffusion panels behind them. I tried absorption and it deadened the sound. Box speakers radiate sound 360 degrees around themselves so you will also have to deal with room interactions with boxes.

The Montis is a very transparent and resolving speaker. It will let you know how good or bad your electronics and recordings are. It throws a big soundstage completely free of the speakers themselves. I don’t know how they compare with the Paradigms in that respect, but they do that better than most box speakers.  Maybe Dave or Troy can tell you how they compare to box speakers in that area.

The Montis is very coherent. I have listened to cellos and clarinets go back and forth over the crossover point (it’s about in the middle of their ranges) and could not hear any change in the sound. I’m sure somebody can though.

That’s my experience. I think the Montis is a really good speaker but I can’t say how it compares with the many other good speakers out there.
The Montis is an excellent choice for what the OP is looking for. Now that they are discontinued you can find them for a great price. 
Tomcy6 would you describe the Montis as full bodied or more neutral? I don't think I'm as concerned with deep bass as long as the sound isn't thin. As you allude to the dynamics of the Montis may in fact be good enough based on my listening preferences but I don't want precision at the expense of body and weight, again at moderate volumes. BTW I could place the speakers as much as 42" from the front wall without too much problem. Thanks.
I don't know if this will help but ... the Montis is neutral but not lean sounding.  In the past I had always bought speakers that were a little on the warm side because I dislike lean, thin or cool sound. 

My speakers before the MLs were Dali Helikon 400s and they were a little warm. Nice speakers but I wanted better.  I got the MLs and they didn't have that warm sound but aren't lean or cool either.  Clean, clear and open is how I'd describe them.  Your electronics will determine where they fall on the lean to rich spectrum.