Speaker Advice?

I need to replace my beloved Audio Physic Tempo 25s with speakers that will be more room friendly in my new place. Due to WAF, I need to be able to tuck the speakers close to the rear wall, and one of them will be in a corner. The room is quite large; 20x40, with 11' ceilings.

So what I loved about the APs was their crisp, clear top end and their airy midrange. What doesn't work is the rear port and the side-firing woofers.

I've given a good listen to the Focal 1038be, and the Sonus Olympica 3. Both are outstanding, albeit a little over my budget. Still, I'd spring for either if they're the best option.

I'm wondering if there are recommendations for other speakers out there that I've overlooked. They've gotta be front-ported, be able to move some air, and can tolerate a corner placement without booming me out of the room. Suggestions? TIA!
I have tried so many speakers since the original Allisons, designed to be placed against the rear wall and the ones that work best are North Creek Kitty Kat Revelators. They are designed specially for rear wall placemat and they will fill your room, even tho they are monitors. Call Rob at northcreekmusic.com and talk to him. They make a floor stander, too. I don't know about the corner, tho, which is why you should ask the designer.
They sound great and probably don't need a sub.
I gave no connection with this company, btw.
I had the same waf issue and solved it in one room with the RevelTors and the other, bigger room, about 5000 cu ft, with von Schweikert VR 35 floor standers. These work exceptionally well against the rear wall and one is in a corner. Give Albert a call.