Upgrade to Maggi 3.7i or Tekton Moab?

I’ve got a dilemma. The audiophile bug to continuously tweak and upgrade has got me wanting more and bigger sound out of my system. I’m currently running Maggi 1.7is with a single SVS SB2000pro, driven by Parasound A21+. What I’m finding is in my large room (20x18 with vaulted 18ft ceiling, leading into open kitchen) it just does not deliver the uumph that I am wanting when I want to "feel" the music hit me. I am debating what my next step should be when I am ready to make the jump. Should I go with a bigger Maggi (3.7i) or should I abandon planars and go with the very alive sounding Tekton line. What I have read so far is that the DI and Moab sound very alive. That I think is that sort of thing I feel is a bit thin with my present system. I am expecting to hear (fairly so) that if i want to feel music hit me in that chest, a planar speaker is not for me and I need to go with dynamic driver. That said, I do love the transparency and cohesive sound of the Maggi, so I want it all I guess? =)

Welcoming any advice or food for thought on this.
I have no listening experience with the Tekton Mohabs but I recently auditioned the Maggie 20.7i and 3.7i.  I chose the 20.7i, but the 3.7i were very similar in tonal quality and the holographic soundstage lots of folks equate with Maggies.

I decided on the 20.7i's because of the large mid-bass panels and I thought they may not need a subwoofer.  Well as many Maggie owners do I ended up adding a subwoofer and happy I did so, 

I keep the sub volume very low and a low pass frequency of 50Hz and a slope of 18 dB so as not to interfere with the terrific mid-bass sound the Maggie's produce.  This produces the uumph that you may be seeking.

I mention this as adding a sub to the 3.7i's will likely get very close to the overall sound I get from the 20.7i's as they share the same ribbon tweeter and the mid bass panel size is close.

Hope this helps.
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I have heard a couple of pair of Tektons and was not overly impressed.Have had very limited experience with them and could not tell you what the amplification was or if they were properly set up in the room. On the other hand, I have loved every pair of Maggie .7i speakers that I have heard (1.7i, 3.7i & .7i). I heard the 1.7i speakers in Deerfield Beach, Florida driven by a Primaluna Dialogue Premium (medium powered tube integrated) amplifier. Heard the .7i and 3.7 I in Fairless Hills, PA powered by Parasound JC one (High powered solid state ) mono blocks. Both were among the best in-store auditions I have ever heard! Unfortunately, my wife says no. She does not like the look. She loves the Focal 1028BE speakers that are in that system and has made me promise not to ever sell them! I use a small JL audio sub and have owned SVS in the past. Both are excellent.
No brainer. 3.7i. Tekton speakers are poorly designed and manufactured. The only reason the are popular is because the are cheep and for some reason certain audiophiles like to see a bunch of tweeters staring at them. The result is poor imaging. Get the 3.7i's and a pair of JC1+ amps!
Now that is a system. 
+1 for Mapman: 

@Trebuchet:  I had a nice pair of Martin Logan Monoliths and even with the cone woofer, I didn’t get that slam I wanted even using class A biased amps.  I would love to have a pair of Maggie’s for a different sound, when desired though.  I don’t think you’ll find a planer speaker to give you the slam you’re wanting and because most planers  are very sensitive to placement, you’ll probably not be able to have the best of both worlds with them  sitting beside one another either.I love the sound of Wilson speakers and think you can find either a nice pair of demos, or a good used pair, way below retail.  With the right amp, you’ll get plenty  of slam.  Keep in mind-in my opinion, there’s nothing better than a high current amp, to give you that quick response and slam, paired with a conventional coned driver.