The Monitor Silverlines would be great. The smallest is about $500, new, I think. And you know, there's always good ole' B&W. I've found that the 302 does a little better against a wall the the 600 series.
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I have a pair of Sonance speakers that were designed to be mounted on the walls . They can take a lot of power and sound very balanced. Call Sound City - I have had them for a number of years. I paid about 200 a pair though they listed for twice that at the time. They have two bass/mid divers and a tweeter in between the setup.
NHT superones are pretty good and readily available on new and used markets. Also they are sheilded for use near a TV. The Alon Petites are designed to be used on a shelf and next to a back wall and have recieved great reviews in the past. I liked the superones better as $/sound buy. Have fun listening and making your decision.