The Sony XDRF1HD. Very compact, looks pleasant and has outstanding sound with great reception. The HD capability is a blast too. And it is a bargain. I've had mine for about four months and use it 12-14 hours a day. It's been nothing but a joy to have.
The Linn Kremlin is about 3" in height and it's LK box is small and fairly unobtrusive. The reception and sound is stunning. And they are going for around 1/5 of their original cost used these days ($1000 - $1200).
Yamaha Tuners from their "NATURAL SOUND" line also do well in tuner shootouts. Just sold a T-2 yesterday right here. There was a lot of interest. I also own a Magnum Dynalab Etude (3.5")&(nfs) and it sounds real good with a dead quiet background.
There is a Naim NAT 05 for sale right now on A'Gon. You should buy it immediately. This would be the perfect match. Naim tuners are as good as it gets. I have compared them against some of the best, including Magnum Dynalab. I have no relation to the seller, BTW