Help. Looking for a new cartridge

Greetings. I am looking to upgrade my clearaudio concept mc cartridge.

So far I have looked into the maestro ebony v2

I'm trying to keep this under 1500$ including a protractor.

But I may make an exception for a Lyra delus. How good are they?

I listen to genesis Beatles led Zeppelin and 80s 90s rock.
Not looking for anything bright sounding. I want warmth depth and tight timing.

My system
Clear audio concept turntable
Parasound jc3+, jc2, a21
Psb synchrony one towers.

The Lyra Delos is pretty good. I think, it is way better than cartridges 4x the price. Zyx cartridges are a top match for your System, they don't transfer tracking energy into the Arm, are available in different gain stages with a remarkable musicality combined a tight, solid bass.
I've never met a Lyra I didn't like, but--since you're wired for low output cartridges--how about taking a look at the low output moving iron Grado Statement Reference1 at $1500?

Review of the earlier version here.
Over the past year, I have owned the Delius and the Maestro Ebony v2. Both are excellent cartridges, and while the Ebony v2 is a MM cart, it is good enough to fool you into thinking it's a MC. I also own the JC3+, so I'm comfortable saying that you'd probably be pleased with either cart. There are several other cart's you should put on your audition list: Shelter 501 Mk3 or the 901; and the Grado Reference ($1500 MSRP). Obviously, it's best if you audition the cart's at home in your system.
I second Syntex. I own a Delos and and like it better than the Benz Glider it replaced. (The Glider was a great cart., but I wore it out) Delos uses a line contact diamond on a solid boron wisker. The Benz used a elliptical diamond on a boron wisker. There is a difference in sound quality, all things remaining equal. Delos has a bit different suspension system which seems to work well. My table is a Gyro SE with SME V arm; its a very high quality analog system which is set up correctly.