Best Amp for Klipsch La Scala Speakers? Xmas Gift

Trying to buy a Christmas Gift. Help ASAP!

I just bought a pair of Klipsch La Scala speakers. What would be the best amp or best integrated tube amp for those speakers for $2,000.00 or less.

Room Details:
* 25'x60' wood floor with area rug
* 3/4" plywood walls
* Suspended cieling
* Most would consider this a "Live" room

Type of Music
* Classical, Instrumental
* Broadway Tunes
200 watts on a LaScala?? Most of our customers use either the S-30 or M-60. Unless you have a huge room 15 watts is going to do a lot on this speaker.
Actually, in the late 80s, I bought a Phillps FA-80? Integrated amp (remember at the time Phillps was going
to make a run at the US high-end market :) )
I think this was like 20W in Class A mode and more in AB.
The amp had NO (i mean zero) bass. i finally gave it
to a friend and he hooked it to a pair of K-horns and
I was stunned at how well it worked. This is the only speaker it really ever sound good on, and fun to listen to.
Primaluna mono blocks with auto bias is the way to go, 70 watts per side. Can use EL34 or other tubes as power, plus they have AX7 and AU7 that you can substitute NOS tubes for and get an even better sound.
I don't want to sound like a 'know it all', although I may at times. Klipsch doesn't spend much on their compression drivers, so tubes will soften the inherent harshness of the mids.

Please don't even get me started on the terrible, grainy tweeters that Klipch uses. Therefore, tubes will soften the rocky road that the heritage series has from the get go.

Just speaking from having been there and done that:)