A Sonos Move or a pair of Sonos 1's


I am looking to replace the JBL Charge 3 I am using in my small home office with Sonos.  I am considering a pair of Sonos 1's or a Sonos Move (same cost).   Has anybody been able to compare these two setups?  What the strengths and weaknesses of each?
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Since I posted, I noticed that Sonos is selling refurbished Play 1 speakers for $100 each.  They come with a one year warranty and a 45 day return policy.  Seems like a no-brainer.  As long as they work with the Sonos App for a few years, no loss even if they become (small boat) anchors at that point.

Having said that, headaudio123s suggestion is intriguing. I like it because it provides more speaker options and an upgrade path that is brand agnostic.  Downside:  I am not really looking to add a bunch of bulky items to my desk.
Currently my preferred source is Tidal. I am not married to Tidal. Qobuz will become an option in a month or two when I upgrade the streamer in my main system.
My understanding is that the refurbished Play:1s are the most recent model and will be compatible with the new S2 system. If you want better sound than that in a stationary setup, I would get two Play:5s.
Hi.  Thanks Saints.  I think if I expand my budget to 800. I will be inclined to go with a Yamaha or Denon or similar network receiver and put the rest into wired speakers as 123 suggests.
I am still several days out from pulling the trigger on anything, but my current thinking is a Yamaha R-N303BL ($199 'Renewed' on Amazon) and a pair of Polk Audio S20 speakers ($203 on Amazon - new)  I don't know if the R-N303BL is MQA.  I suspect not.