I don't really have a budget but I do like the sound of the above speakers, I also don't mind the sonus faber olympica iii, but I listened to the focal's shortly after and liked there bottom end a lot more.
As for music I pretty much listen to everything except classical or choir or opera or whatever its called
I can find all the speakers besides the b&w for CONSIDERBLY less than 10k Canadian. I will not mention exact prices but they are priced aggressively.
I like to listen to my music around 80 to 90db and my room is on the smaller side at 13x8x18 I have spent considerable time with base traps, diffusion and absorption panels to get it to a point where the 3d soundstage is exceptional bass can shake and hit me hard but not be boomy.
I really need a speaker that can shake and hit me with bass so keep that in mind.
As for the evolutions being enough to drive any speaker. (as many reviews say they can) I actually had the amps kick out on me and I defiantly was not pushing things. Thats why I thought the more efficient focals would be a good match. But the evo's are far from a silent amp so im concerned I may hear more "hiss" with a more efficient speaker.
Im not being negative on the evo's I have had, emotiva, bryston, simaudio, denon, Yamaha, Marantz, nad, onkyo and anthem (im forgetting some) and the mch-k38 was an improvement on them all and the evolutions are better than the mch-k38.