Has anyone had any experience with Proac and Bryston equipment??
I think the ProAc Carbon Pro 8's list around $40K, so I can't speak to how they sound, as they're a bit out of my league, but I can guess they're great.
I use the less expensive ProAc Response 3.8's that cost me about $11K a number of years ago - so quite a step down from the Pro 8's, but they still use the carbon fibre cone speakers.
You can never go wrong with ProAc in my opinion.
They are the smoothest sounding speakers I've run across and was sold the first time I heard my speakers. I do mate them with Bryston electronics.