Recommendations on Integrated Tube Amp around $5k

I'm in the process of downsizing my system due to a move into a smaller space.  I've worked hard over the last year to put together what I feel is a spectacular sounding system (Magnepan 3.7's, Bryton 7B3 Monoblocks, Bryston BP-26 Pre) but it just won't work in my new space.  

Rather than cry, I'm having fun with the idea of building a more intimate sounding system.  I purchased Devore Gibbon 3XL's and I have to say I'm extremely impressed.  For their size they cast a very nice sounds stage and sound much bigger than the floor space they occupy.  With a more efficient speaker in the Devore's I thought I would go the tube route for amplification in hopes of expanding the sound stage even further.   I've been looking at several options including Line Magnetic's 845ia, Prima Luna Evo 400, Conrad Johnson CAV45-S2 and the Raven Blackhawk.  

I'm also fine with looking at used options to increase the value for the money at around $5k.  A used Jadis DA60 caught my eye but I'd really like to have a remote volume control (which I don't believe the Jadis offers) as my DAC (Audio Mirror Tubadour III) doesn't have a volume control.  

Appreciate any insight on the above mentioned amps or any additional recommendations you care to share.  

I would stick with the solid state ampliication instead of a tube amp on the devore fidelity speakers  because you can not get drive capability back with a tube amp.
Hi Mike,
You’ve been given some very nice amplifier suggestions. I believe that the Line Magnetic 845ia and certainly the 508ia (805 output tube driven by a 300b, 45 watts) are excellent class A powered amplifiers to pair with your Devore speakers. The 845 and 805 are high voltage transmission tubes that do generate heat into a room.

In well implemented amplifier designs these type tubes produce beautiful sound quality. IMO better sounding than ’most’ (I’d never say all) class AB push-pull amplifiers that populate the marketplace.  I understand the attraction  to Jadis, their push-pull amplifiers just make beautiful music .YMMV.
Best of luck,
PrimaLuna EVO 400...not only does it sound great, but it offers a healthy amount for power for a tube amp.
I would second recommendations for Rogue and Raven.  Both companies are run by great people and they make fine products. The Rogue is a more common KT120 design and will be at its best in triode at 50w.  The Raven is a 6L6 which has a reputation for great imaging.