Odyssey Stratos Plus vs Red Dragon digital AMPS

I have been using a pair of digital Red Dragon(not a household name brand, but a factory direct company in Utah) M-500 digital mono blocks which use ICE circuity. They are hooked to a Bel Canto PRe3 line stage, and drive a pair of Acoustic Zen Adagios. The combo sounds very good

However, I keep seeing ads on AG for the Odyssey Stratos Plus. Both amps get good reviews, but I am curious if the Stratos will deliver solid deeper bass, and sound more musical. I have never auditioned even the standard Stratos, and have no way to. So I need some input and advice about how the Stratos would complete against a basic class D amp like the Red Dragons. In the end, the difference in sound quality may be just marginal and not worth it; and, if I want to improve the sound then buy a audibly much better amp than both.... Please no tube amp recommendations, I face a radio tower which is less than a mile away and tubes will and haved pick up stray FM signals loud and clear through the speakers
Try 'Belles' power amps from Power Modules in Pittsford, N.Y. Dave Belles is the nicest man I have ever had the pleasure to deal with in the audio industry. His solid-state designs provide beautiful bloom and a hefty bottom end. A small company making it in this business with honest practices by a real artisan. Listen to his products and you will discover better sound while spending alot less money. His amp's outperform many others costing twice the price. Remember not to base your decision on the bass aspect alone. Not all components provide good chemistry. I have made many changes with other components in my system and found the Belles amps a wise investment in all situation matching. The Belles may cost a little more than the Odyssey but it has a more refined sound across the entire spectrum. Good luck!