I wouldn't wait for a pair of IV-As to show up. They were tweaked from the IVs to add a little more bass extension, bit I don't think it's necessary. If you want more bass extension, wait for a pair of SC-Vs.
The Duntech equivalent of the SC-IVs is the Crown Prince/Princess, which I owned for many years. As pointed out above, John Dunlavy designed the Duntech line (I think they now call it the Classic line) as well as his own company, which he formed after leaving Duntech. My dealer in NJ was friends with John and one of the first dealers to carry the line, so I heard all of their speakers for many years. My brother came to visit and wound up buying a pair of the SC-Is which he still uses today.
Your 14x15 room might just be big enough, but I'd want to make sure I could sit 10 feet away, as I mentioned above. The Dunlavys are sealed box speakers, so they can actually be placed a little closer to the back wall than some other designs, though you might lose some soundstage depth. You can toe them in quite a bit, if you need to put them on a long wall (as Dunlavy always suggested).
As for Robert Deutsch, he is good at his work.