Speakers for triode tube amps

I have a Luxman CL 38u SE tube preamp and matching MQ 88 SE Triode tube amp rated at 25 wpc. I m using ProAc Anniversary Tablets at the moment and I’m wondering how I can upgrade to a speaker that can be driven with 25 Triode watts. Any recommendations on a high quality 8 ohm speaker that is easy to drive?  I know Wilson Tune Tots are out of the question (impedance/ sensitivity issues- they were my first choice.  Not interested in horn loaded speakers.  I Love the Harbeth P3 but I already own a pair of 40.1s in my main system. Any suggestions??
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@corelli  I don't disagree with what you wrote above so perhaps our overall views are more similar than different.
Corelli..stop trying to back walk your statments and pass it off on shillercarbon,on this very post you tried to perpetuate another Tekton big lie stating untrue facts about the drivers used ..Ive seen 2 models opened up and know what they use..so just stop it.
I’ve had good success with Devore - first the Nines and more recently, the O/96s. They do well with 20wpc, and have a similar sonic character. Also consider an older pair of Merlin TSM, either the MM or MMe, great monitors though may prefer a sub to go along.

I did hear Tekton and it didn’t do anything for me, but to each their own.
@missioncoonery   Don't call my integrity into question.  Do the math on the drivers, crossover, cabinet.  Then get back to me in a private post so as to not derail yet another thread with unhelpful banter. 
From what I’ve gathered, the impedance curve of the driver and the ability of the amp to manage the peaks and valleys will very much dictate how well the combo will sound.

Damping factor will play a role when it comes to how well the amp will control the driver, hence the need for a comparatively flat impedance curve.
High sensitivity is great, but it doesn’t tell the full story as to how well the speaker will react to the amp.
Tube amps have traditionally had low damping factors. Lots of modern speakers depend on high power amps with high damping factors to manage the impedance swings present in the speakers. The wrong speaker specs could provide an output that has low output in some areas and high output in others.

Cant wait for an opportunity to hear Fritz speakers in person. The crossovers he uses makes for an easy load for the amp to see, no capacitors and series design. The tweeter and woofer become part of one system, turning the two drivers into basically a single unit.

And then of course there is the all important room… As frequencies are shifted about from that, and pending how the impedance curve interacts with the amp, combined, components which have the capacity for wonderful reproduction on their own could end up providing a lack luster presentation.