Still looking for speakers in the 10-20,000 range

I’ve heard Proacs, Personas 3 and 5, Ryans, Wilsons, Wilson Benesch, Monitor Audios, B and Ws and several others in the 10-$20,000 range.  My favorite so far is the KEF Reference 3.  I would consider the Reference 5 but, as I’ve posted before, there is no place to hear them within 400 miles. Still plan to hear the Focal 2 and 3. Unless I love the Focals, I'm inclined to either go with the KEF Reference 3 or wait a couple of months (or more) to check out the new Magico A3.  My room is 24x18.  I have Audio Research electronics and 20 plus year old Proac Response 3.5 speakers.  It’s been a long process and I’m not sure if I’ll be relieved or disappointed when it ends.  Hard to decide if the Magico’s are worth waiting for.  Thoughts?
I haven’t heard them, but if I were in the market for sub-$20K speakers, I’d try to find a way to audition the Bob Carver Amazing Line Source speakers. They’re $18,500/pair including a $3K SubRosa subwoofer.

Underwood Hi-Fi is an authorized Bob Carver dealer and includes free shipping in the continental U.S.

Also some enthusiastic reviews:
Robert Harley, TAS
and separate review by
Robert E. Greene, TAS

Another vote for Tekton Design Ulfberht at $12K.  I currently own there $3300 Double Impacts, but I'm upgrading to the Ulfberhts and should have them in 6 weeks.  If they are anything like the Double Impacts they should provide sound quality value on par with a much more expensive speaker.  Ask anyone whose compared the Double Impacts to $20k speakers that they switched from.  They are truly giant killers.

Good luck with your decision. 
Joseph Audio Perspectives or Chario Sovrans with 2 REL S5 SHO subs, or 212SE if budget allows.  Whatever you choose figure a way to do stereo subs no matter what.
I looked at a couple of the speakers mentioned above, mainly the revel salons and studios. I stayed with Usher. I used the Usher Mini Dancer II’s and just bought the UsherX-Towers. Great speakers, and their BE-10 and BE-20 speakers are also great especially for the money.
@johnnyb53 - Excellent idea.  I have heard them, at a show, and they were extremely impressive.  You need high cielings and some space around them to breathe, but the Carver Amazing Line Source is one of those rare speakers that just seems to do everything right.