Wanted... Advice - Best Speaker for McIntosh Amp

Help Please. I'm building my first 2 channel system in many years. I realize speaker sound is subjective and personal; however, I would love some advice.

Listening Room. Den with many windows, 13'W X 25'L X 8.5'H
Power System. McIntosh C-2200 Tube Preamp
McIntosh MC 352 SS amp
Listen to about everything from Nat King Cole to Led Zepplin.
Price Range: $1,500 to $3,000 used
Kinda leaning toward B&W 804N, 805N, or Monitor Audio Gold Ref 60... any thoughs? Jim
Stay with what you already are intersted in(i.e, the B&W 804's or whatever). However, if you are into zepplin or rock in general, BIAMP THE 804'S!!!! Find a good strong used excellent BASS amp(like Parasound HCA3500, w/volume controls for ch's), drive the bass woofers with the 350w/ch Parasound(again, excellent bass amp), and use the better Macintosh on top!!! The sound will be very very dynamic for your needs, will sound very refined on top, and you'll be pleased..trust me! I know, I've used all the stuff we're talking about here for years!
Good luck
I use a McIntosh MC352 amp (great amp) driving a pair of Monitor Audio Gold Ref 60, speaker cable is Tara labs RSC Master shotgun bi-wire. The sound was simply incredible to my ear. I have auditioned many different brand of speakers and amplifiers. Some of them were in a much higher price range. I was lucky enough to take quiet a few brands home for audition. I auditioned the B&W 803N at my house, heard the 804N at the dealer's showroom. I prefer the Monitor Audio GR-60 far better. To me this speaker is an incredible bargain and it work perfectly with the McIntosh MC352 amp. If possible, try to borrow a pair from a dealer for a home audition. That is the only way to be sure. I will not buy anything unless I can hear it in my home's setup. I have made too many mistakes before and now I learned. This may be hard to do if you are buying used. Good luck.
I like my setup: MA6450 and Tannoy D500. The D500 is a very good buy at ~$1600 used. Excellent imaging, tight bass, and very enjoyable to listen to (not bright al all).
I admit that the B&Ws are not my favorites, but they can actually sound good with McIntoshes. Tannoy, Magnepans, and Paradigm Studios really sound excellent with them too.