PrimaLuna Prologue one speaker match

Hi. I have a Primaluna PL1 connected to Klipsch Chorus speakers. Great sound but ugly speakers. I am thinking of replacing them with either the Definitive Technology BP 9020 or the Dali Zensor 3. Which would you recommend? I know the PL1 is 38 wpc. Is it enough to drive either of these speakers? Also, is there a problem using the builtin-in subwoofers on the BP9020 with the PL1?
Hi Rich
Thanks for your reply. This is purely for music and not movies. There is no question the sound from the Klipsch is awesome, but I was looking for a smaller footprint. I bought those speakers 22 years ago when Klipsch was still 100% American made. I was hoping that with the advancement in technology, something like the DTs or Dali could reproduce the same sound despite the smaller size. I cannot afford the price on the speakers you were mentioning. I can't even find them used. 
What if I were to have the Dalis and hook a sub? Would that compensate?
Hi Sam -

If I can ask ...

what is your budget, how big a space, what do you like to listen to ... you get the idea.  

I have some ideas.  Just want to make sure I am not shooting in a barrel.

The amp/speaker match is very important to achieve good sound. No doubt your current Klipsch/Primaluna combination is an excellent match. Since you have been accustomed to the dynamics of that combination, changing to a speaker with a much lower sensitivity will likely be a disappointment.

I'm sure the Elac mentioned is a fine speaker, however not a good match for the Primaluna. It's rated sensitivity is 85db, but being a 4 ohm speaker, that must be reduced by 3db for comparison to an 8 ohm speaker. So, 82db with the Klipsch being 101db, a 19db difference. Using the Primaluna with the Elac would be like driving the Klipsch with a 1/2 wpc amp. Also, think about life of the power tubes.

Thanks for all your great suggestions. Maybe I ought to just stick with the Klipsch and dress them up. Perhaps put a flower vase on top of each or paint them the color of the wall, lol. You are so right, I absolutely love the sound, and giving up that for an aesthetically pleasing speaker, but less oomph may not be a good idea. Maybe I will wait a while.
Once again thanks for all the inputs.