Trading the Virgo for a Klipsch or DefTech will leave you sobbing with remorse.
Will's probably right! I assembled an affordable but MUSICAL, natural-sounding perfectly-matched front trio from used Spendor s3/1p ($800) and new SC3 ($550). I'm astonished at how seamless this frontstage is! Wall-mounted Boston Acoustics VR-MX bipolars ($500) and their PV1000 sub finished the job. Glad I got it right the first time around.
Good Luck, and remember to NEVER compromise the fine midrange and coherence of a great speaker (like your Virgos)
for the quantity of lesser drivers. For $1k total the small DefTech system works in a small room, but I suspect you'll be much happier with a higher-performance group, such as the Spendors, or if you want a brighter mostly-HT setup in a well-damped room, the B&W601s3 and a sub, perhaps...or a quintet of Thiel 1.6?! You have many options.