What's the motivation for changing?
ITs a pretty safe bet that a change from high to low efficiency speakers, or vice versa, will produce a ripple effect of changes throughout teh system in order to get things tuned in together properly again.
So best to know where your current deficiencies are and what you are shooting before before jumping in too deep.
Of course, if teh goal is to just dabble and listen and learn, then no harm taking it one step at a time, just be prepared to take more as well if needed.
FWIW, I have one pair of fairly efficient/tube amp friendly speakers and various other less efficient and tube amp friendly pair as well.
They all sound similarly very good off my 500 w/ch Class D monoblock amps at all volumes, and similarly good except perhaps at higher listening levels off my 180w/ch TAD Hibachi monoblocks (SS amps designed to perform more like tube amps).
The Higher efficiency, more tube amp friendly pair (Triangle Titus) are the only ones that sound good at moderate to higher volumes off various lower power (20 watt) SS amps I have used at one time or another in the past.
I sold hifi gear in a well known chain years ago. All speakers there always sounded better on more powerful SS amps in any particular line at all volumes. Less power NEVER sounded better. Just a matter of how much was lost at various volumes. I never had a customer move DOWN in a line to a lower power amplifier because it sounded better. They went with smaller amps because they cost less and might still meet their needs mostly. So there you go.
Off course, different lines are of different designs, quality and do sound different at a particular price or power level. So all watts are typically NOT created equal. :^)
Tube amps are a different story. Fewer watts is a much more viable option there with soft clipping and all in many cases. High efficiency speakers get you a lot further in teh tube amp world than they do in the SS realm.
So in summary, high efficiency speakers provide the most VALUE when used with lower power amplifiers, tube or SS.
Not to say they might not work as well or better with bigger amplifiers still, just that the unique value proposition is not as great in that case.
The best amps to use with HE speakers are probably teh ones DESIGNED by the maker to sound best with HE speakers.
These will typically be fewer watts but cost per watt is often much higher. So those watts had BETTER be better ones that get you a lot further, right? :^) Otherwise, why would one pay more for less? HE speakers are needed to enable that.
However one goes about matching things up, its the overall synergy in the end towards meeting individual's expectations that wins.