@smodtactical Acoustic Zen designs their speakers to be very natural sounding. IMO they will particularly appeal to people who are themselves classically trained musicians, similar to the appeal of Audeze headphones.
They are not as transparent and detailed as Magico. If you want to hear every detail and nuance, then Magico or YG Acoustics is a better choice. However as a result many people end up pairing a speaker like that with an amplifier that adds a little color.
Focal's higher-end models are quite nice. Two big differences will be the traditional port style and Beryllium tweeters on Focal, versus the transmission line and ribbon tweeters of Acoustic Zen. I personally prefer to avoid ports due to the time delay, and have found the Acoustic Zen transmission line design to be a good alternative. Beryllium vs. ribbon will come down to personal preference—I enjoy both.
I'm afraid I haven't heard the newest Von Schweikert models. Dynaudio speakers never really spoke to me when I heard them at shows.