I've owned both the Dunlavy SC-IV's (which I liked even better than the SC-V's) and the Genesis V's, and heard the Revels on quite a few occasions (and also listen to a ton of classic rock and blues). I was also using a BAT VK-5i as a preamp with the Dunlavys and Genesis for a time. Thus, I'd figure I'd toss in my $0.02.
If you are rating the speakers you listed strictly on sound quality (and taking into account your preference for classic rock), I would rate them as follows:
1. Genesis V
2. Dunlavy SC-V
The Gen V's were better at both macro and micro dynamics, were much better at resolving low level detail, easier to place/tailor bass response on account of the separate subwoofer amp and crossover, did a better job of disapperaing into the room (less cabinet resonance) and much more aestheticlly appealing. The Dunlavy's will be a touch warmer, and be more forgiving of ancillary equipment (although, given your system, I do not think this last point is an issue).
Further, the ARC amps you have match better with the Gen V's (didn't like ARC with the Dunlavy's at all - just one of those things, apparently).
I won't offer too many comments on the Revel, as I really do not like that speaker (however, I do have a great deal of respect for its designer, Kevin Voecks).
While Ikarus makes a valid point re: service, I never had any problems with either the Dunlavy or the Genesis, replacement drivers are readily available, and its not too difficult to find someone who can service them.