Naim Mu-so v2 as Soundbar?

My wife and I recently did some home re-decorating and decided we should cut back on the AV equipment in the master bedroom. My trusty LS50s, Creek Evo100 integrated, and associated stereo gear got moved to the office and I’m now looking for a one box solution to still give decent sound for the bedroom TV and to occasionally play music. Honestly, it will mostly be my wife using it, but I still want it to sound good. 

Unfortunately, a separate subwoofer has been nixed so that cuts my list of potential, well-regarded soundbars quite a bit. Enter the Mu-so v2 which now has HDMI input, great reviews, and is a beautiful piece of gear to keep the wife happy. Anybody have experience with one, especially being used as a soundbar? Anything else you would recommend in the ballpark on price or cheaper? I have a separate surround sound setup for movies and now the above mentioned stereo setup in my office so maybe I’m crazy to even care at this point, but who isn’t at least a little crazy in this hobby? :)

Thanks in advance. 
The Naim Muso sounded quite a bit better than any soundboard for music but I had never heard it used for TV viewings though so can't comment. I only heard the Muso for playing music briefly at one small Naim dealer in my town. 
Correction : sorry about the mistype. I meant to say that the Naim Muso sounded quite a bit better than any soundbars out there when used for music. 
I haven’t purchased yet. Definitely appreciate the positive comments though and plan to get it in a few weeks when the re-decorating is finished and I know we haven’t gone too far over budget in other areas. 

A bit surprised I didn’t get other recommendations or dissenting opinions, but then again there aren’t many soundbars that I expected this forum to think highly of...especially without a separate sub like I need. 
@ethos123 Thanks for your responses.

I have the original Mu-so, which I purchased to use as a sound bar for a secondary TV. It worked well as a soundbar, but I would say not great.

The 2nd generation Mu-so has improved dramatically. Since I do not have it, I cannot make a recommendation one way or another.

If you are looking for a wider integration / breadth of services, the 2nd gen Mu-so makes terrific sense. Based on the reviews, it’s performance as a soundbar is highlighted as being better than the first generation unit.

If you are primarily focused on a soundbar and surround sound, I think Sennheiser’s AMBEO is one to consider. It is also the reason I asked for your TV size.

However, it is too large (my opinion) for your 42 inch TV. If you were to upgrade to a 55 inch TV (or preferably larger) and use the soundbar primarily for TV and TV Movie / Multichannel related feeds (Netflix, etc.) I encourage you to consider it.