New Speakers

I currently listen to a wonderful (but dated) Infinity RS-1B system that has given me some great enjoyment. Due ot a move to a smaller home (and therefore listening room...10 by 20) and some extra cash....I am now in search of updating the speakers. Hre is my question......taking to mind the stage, depth and bass of the RS 1's .... I paln to audion the following speakers.... Acarian Alon Circe Wilson Watt Puppy 6 Verity Parsifal Vandersteen 5 Horning Piega 10 Genesis 501 Egglesto Andra Sonus Faber (20k verson) What are your comments, dear amigos' and do you have any other suggestions.....I am trying to keep size to a minimum.
You've got quite a wide variety of speakers there. I personally have never found an Alon speaker which captured that elusive quality - musicality. I've not heard the big Sonus Fabers but have heard two other models. Both made real music and looked beautiful. The new Wilsons are supposed (according to reviews) to have less if any of their previous sound, which I always thought contained quite a bit of artificiality. I've only heard one Genesis model and it, too, lacked real musicality; too mechanical sounding for my tastes. As I'm sure you know, matching amplifiers is very important!!! For sheer beauty of sound and music I don't think you can beat Proac 3.8s. They also have real deep bass but need 100 hours break-in before sounding real good. I am using Proac 2.5s, bi-amped with an 2a3 SET on the tweeters and a Transcendent Sound 25wt OTL on the woofers. Except for a slight reduction in the volume from the tweeters (oddly enough, the extension and air is fine) this is the best sound and music I've ever had.
The Watt Puppy 6s would be my suggestion. They are incredible in terms of imaging and detail. They are wonderfully musical and incredibly fast and accurate. They are also quite reasonably sized. The only other contender on your list would be the Sonus Faber Amati Homage.