Opinions: Joseph Audio Pulsar vs Dynaudio Conficence C1 vs Totem Element Fire vs ?????

Seeking opinions on these speakers or suggestions for others....  Recently moved, likely for the long term (down sized) and my previous floor standers just overloaded my new, smaller room despite trying some bass traps, positioning, etc.  The room is  11 X 14 X 8 with a cement floor.  As much as I would like to listen to each of them it is not likely to happen.  I live in west Texas and the nearest dealers are 350 miles away.  Joseph Audio doesn't have a dealer in Texas,  they Dynaudio dealer doesn't stock the C1, and the Totem dealer is a home theatre place that doesn't have anything to demo and doesn't seem to have any real interest in 2 channel audio.Given these obstacles, I am looking for your comments and advice on these or other speakers.  I am in my mid 50s and listen mostly to 70s rock, singer/songwriter acoustic stuff,some  blues, some big band music, but very little classical music (mostly small ensemble type stuff, no orchestral). My equipment is a Hegel H360 integrated, a Pro-ject 9.2 table with Grace F9E ruby, and a Berkeley Audio Design Alpha USB/Alpha DAC s2 driven by a PC based server using JRiver.  I don't need huge bass, but it's important to me that voices are right and acoustic guitars and cymbals sound right.  I like the presentation a little more front and center, but not fatiguing.  If you can give me any help that would be great.    Once I get enough info maybe I can make a trip somewhere that has a couple of things to listen to.  Oh, and budget is up to $7500.  Thanks in advance
I own a pair of Totem Fire monitors and compared them to the Dynaudio C1's, liked the C1's a lot, but in the end felt that they sounded "different" than the Fire's, but not "better".  Same result from comparing them to the Sonus Faber Guarneri monitors.  I have not had the pleasure of auditioning any of the Joseph Audio models (no dealer near me).

My Totems have been boxed up for several months, since moving my system to a much larger room and buying a set of large floor standing units.  I have them for sale now on Audiogon.  They are in excellent condition.
Pulsar is the "overall" monitor champ IMO. The ATC recommendation is also a good one.

Pulsar is a great combination of in-room presence and soundstage accuracy, as are the ATC. The ATC with the right electronics may be a bit superior with regards to image focus, but they are NOT a forgiving speaker.

I have heard the ATC paired with Limma gear, and it blew my mind.
Ended up with a pair of Vapor Audio Cirrus Black .  Great sound.  Maybe the best I've had.
A nice, used pair of Sonus faber Cremona Auditor Ms can be had for $3000 (retailed for $7000 with the stands).  A very nice, all-around monitor with great midrange.  A sub is not required for the lower notes, but does help to infill the lowest notes.  The newer model, Olympica I, is not as 'real' in the midrange IMHO.  My room is 12 x 15 x 8 and equipment is McIntosh. 
I've just found my setup a couple of months ago! Hegel H360 + Confidence C1 Platinum + AudioQuest Oak. 
It's just so relaxing each time I listen and pure music coming out. 
Strongly recommended!
Good luck!