Any former PSB Goldi owners happy w/new bass?

I have PSB Goldi speakers and would like to upgrade to something more modern. I have had Revel F30's and F32's, and have home demoed Von Schweikert VR2's but didn't find the bass as satisfying as the Goldi's. Maybe I'm a bass freak after having double Advents for years but that's what I like. I'm after more sophisticated highs which I did experience with the F32's but they don't rock the house with a large sound like the PSB's. Anybody move from Goldi's to a full sounding speaker that also has the sophisticated highs I'm after without spending $5000.00+? I know a lot of you are happy (temporarily!) with your systems but I would really like to hear from former or current Goldi owners.
What are you using for amplification and speaker cable? I have heard the Golds and own another ported strong-bass floorstander, the Mirage M5si.

I found that the clarity and extension of the midrange on up improved with better speaker cables, plenty of power, and bi-wiring or bi-amping. The latter should be considered mandatory to get the top end to sing.
I have fooled around a fair amount with electronics and wires, SS and tubes. Currently using Parasound JC-1's fed by BAT VK-40 and Arcam CD33T. Syn Res Alpha Sterling Active, Harm Tech Truth Link, and some Signal Cable IC's, Analysis Plus Oval 12 speaker biwire.
PSB platinum T-6 and new syncronicity line both have outstanding base.
do not use the grill
I currently use the last version of the Gold i. It still a very good speaker for the money . If youre into rock or country its hard to beat ( great bass ). Im sure there are beter speakers , but they do cost more . Good luck
Build outboard better crossovers as direct replacements.. Will make your golds sound like diamonds!

You can probably call PSB and get them to email or fax you the schematic.
Paradigm Reference Studio 100 v.4

Nice strong bass response with three 7" bass drivers. The v.4 also includes the tweeter from their Signature line v.1 (not the beryllium tweeter). MSRP is a bit over $2500.

They fill my room very nicely (17 W x 30 L x 10 H) and I am only running them on a NAD C352 (85 wpc). I have them placed with the drivers approximately 36" off the front wall.
Still love my Gold i speakers. Ten plus years of musical pleasure !

I'm on the same quest to find something as good as the gold i's.  I made a mistake trading them to my carpenter for some work during my renovation three years ago, thinking I would get something better later.  What's better?  I never found out and I still don't have floorstanders.