Downsizing and child proofing

It seemed inevitable, and it has come to pass. My Linkwitz Orion's have been deemed "unsafe" and are to be banished to storage for the next two rambunctious toddle years (quite honestly there i nothing i would not happily give up).
But this does leave the question of what in the interim to replace the Orion's with.
The speakers need to be wall mount monitors and will be driven by my current gear (Bel Canto Pre and ATI 6012 amp).
Any recommendations for diminutive, clean (modern looking) wall mount monitors that produce crisp quick sound?
Budget? w/o that, a couple I would suggest are
Sequerra Met 7s and Merlin TSMs or even for clean, quick and diminutive, NHT Super Zeros w a sub.
first-time mothers often invent paranoid fears, which no amount of rational argument can affect, but other than putting on tube cages and making terminals inaccessible, the idea that a stereo needs to be "child proofed" is absurd. It's just a silly marketing claim for used gear.
Loydc, I couldn't disagree more.
After looking at the pictures of your systems, the Gallo Reference Strada's will fit in perfectly. They match your decor and are able to be mounted on a wall. I have a pair in my office mounted up on the wall. I drive them with a pair of Red Dragon Amp-1's (think Bel Canto M-300). Source in loss-less files on my computer to a MHDT Labs Constantine DAC. The bottom end is filled in with a 7.75" squared (6.5" driver) custom sub. They sound really good; not as good as my Martin Logan Summit X, but damn good for the price.
Lloydc, you obviously don't have kids! Besides the safety issue of learning to walk by holding on to objects in the room, there are other issues here. My daughter out of the blue one day decided to push all of the dust caps in. She learned and never did it again but....
I've also seen kids with crayons have a field day on speakers.
Well, this is getting a bit off topic, but as a father of young children, I agree with Lloydc that the idea of child proofing is often taken way too far. It is a balancing act between common-sense child proofing, adequate supervision and parenting, and teaching your child to use your system appropriately-encouraging them to explore and learn to love music. Yes, I did replace my monitors and stands with floorstanders (and secured the grill to the baffle) when I oldest started to stand-walk.. and kept my system in a child proof cabinet (or out of reach) until the kids were old enough (3) to learn how to use it. But if possible, all the changes I made always focused on system upgrade at the same time (nice excuse :-) ).
Vienna Schoenberg wall mounted w/subs of your choice.
Currently doing yeoman's work in my HT room. Maybe not great speakers, but very good.

I use the Gallo Stradas (as previously mentioned) and the Sunfire XT series when faced with going from floor to wall.

Be aware the sonic will be considerably different than Linkwitz.
I went with Gallo Diva Ts and matching MPS-150 sub in my living room to satisfy my wife's aesthetics. Not the last word in sonics but they do just fine for movies or casual listening. Anyway, that's what the dedicated room is for.
Good luck with the little one.
I really appreciate all the thoughtful responses. And although i agree that child proofing can go to far (I grew up in Africa where the childrens park was a rusted spitfire chassis and i lived to tell the tale), my reasoning at this point is that having one less thing to say no too is hopefully going to be better.
I was thinking about Gallo Diva's and although the Stradas look great they are a bit out of my price range. And the Schoenbergs are gorgeous...
Anyone have opinions are small Dynaudios?
If you really want something good and inexpensive, look at the ERA D4's. You could pick a pair used for around $300-400. If you get them in black they should fit in with your decor. Also, the come with a basic wall bracket. In my office, the Strada's replaced the D4's. The D4's have lots of detail but are not bright. In addition, they have a nice top to bottom balance when wall mounted.

As far as the Gallo Diva's go, your only going to get so much out of a 3" full range driver.