The Thiel 7.2s look out of place on your list, but that's what I have, and I drove them with Bryston 7B STs for almost 2 years. The Brystons work well with the big Thiels and are able to control and push the 7.2s to their limits. The Thiels sound great with all types of music. But when at their limit they just stop getting louder from the mids up while the bass gets louder (quite loud at the limit by anyone's standard, but the 802N and 10T can play louder). Of the speakers you have listed the Thiels have the deepest bass, and it will be punchy, tight, and fast with the Brystons. Before the Thiels, I had B&W 802 S3s, nice, but the 7Bs could easily overload them. I tried the 803N, much better power handling and bass, and overall the drivers were better integrated then the Matrix 802, just a bit laid back for my tastes. I also auditioned the 10Ts at home, they can rock and are unphased at high volumes. The 10Ts have many other fine qualities as well. Ultimately I preferred the sound of the Thiels. Both the 802N or 10T are likely to please, and either one would be a fine choice. I would personally choose the 10T. Without the ability to pre-audition the Thiels I would hesitate to recommend them to you.