Rockport Avior 2 vs Wilson Sasha DAW

I’m consider one of these two speakers, the Rockport Avior 2 and the new Wilson Sasha DAW. My room is 19’ x 25’ with a 20’ ceiling, the room floor plan opens behind me into a kitchen and the rest of the house. I listen at low to moderate levels and usually have to supplement the bass with a sub because of the large space. I listen to jazz, folk, classical full orchestra some old classic rock on rare occasions. I’ve always like the detail of electrostatic speakers but they all have there limitations. Looking for a great all around speaker. I Enjoy both tube and solid gear, currently using solid state spectral. I Have several amp choices from Spectral and Rowland. Just wonder if anyone knows these speakers intimately and can give me some strengths of each and an opinion which you would choose and why. I’ve been researching many other speakers and have come down to these two. Thank you for your thoughts.
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You started this thread in 2019. Would you share the components you're using with the current speakers?


I  am not as fortunate, in that I have a very small dedicated music room, 11.5x11.5x9.5.  My Wilson dealer advised me to get the Sabrina X’s for my size room, which he thought would be too small for the Sasha DAW, but would give about 85% of the DAW.  I think that they sound fantastic with my Pass 250.8 and ARC REF 6

@steve59 currently I’m using the Wilson Alexx V, powered by Krell FPB 300c, with the Spectral 30 sv and DCS Rossini Apex front end. All transparent cable