Speaker for Rogue Cronus Magnum with high WAF

I'm speaker shopping ($2.5k budget), and I'd like to poll all Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum owners -- and other Rogue owners -- on their favorite speakers with good WAF. My listening area is fairly large (20' x 28') with a lot of curtain-less windows and little options on acoustical treatments. I listen to mainly vinyl but some lossless files as well, and my tastes range from 60-70s reggae, indie-rock, electronic, Afrobeat and jazz. I had been using a pair of Audio Physic Yaras Bookshelfs and really like them, but they're too small for my room and am not a huge fan of subwoofers. I'm leaning toward floorstanders but could be swayed toward monitors on stands. (I'd love to go with a pair of Vandersteen 2CEs but the wife doesn't approve, and the cat will think they're the best scratching posts ever.) I'm looking for advice from my fellow Rogue owners, and I really don't want to hear "Oh, but if you could just spend $1k more, you'd love the..." -- $2.5k is even a little stretch.

Thanks for your input!
I own the Yara Evolution Bookshelves too and will never get rid of them! They're just too good a speaker that's now discontinued. If/when they need to go into a bigger room such as your's, I'll still keep them and use them elsewhere. Here I was thinking I was the only one with these speakers. But anyway...

If you really like what you've got and are simply looking for more space filling and a step up in sound quality, have you considered the Tempos? They're my favorite in the AP line. There are better models, but I think the Tempo is the sweet spot in lineup. Close call with the Scorpios.

There's a gentleman selling a pair of Tempo IIIs for $900. No connection to the seller, just saying it may be worth investigating.

I haven't owned Tempos nor your integrated, but I'm lead to believe it should have no problems driving them.
"High WAF" depends on the wife. What one thinks looks great, another will shoot down. Think about it... when was the last time a woman truly knew what she wanted? That's not woman bashing - when was the last time an audiophile knew what he/she wanted either?

I am in the Denver area. I should be able to get a pair to you for an in home audition if you don't have a dealer close by.

A pair of Canton Canton Chrono 509.2 speakers would be about $2600 and would be a good match.