I have a large (25'x30') listening area and would like to feel percussion from moderate level listening (Rock, Motown, jazz/blues)
The monitors seen in most of the photos of studios are the little ones used on the meter bridge and they are bass restricted due to their small size. However, major studios nearly always have "main monitors" and these are humongous beasts that are used to impress clients (how else do you impress someone like Sting or Phil Collins who are worth 100's of millions) - Westlake, Quested, and Genelec are three well respected brands. These "main monitors" will completely blow away pretty much anything you can find for domestic use and you won't find them at your local dealer as they are often custom designed and installed into wall, which significantly improves acoustic performance and is called a "soffit mount".
Here is Hans Zimmer's Setup (Quested) Far from being a wimp, this HM415 speaker is capable of 138 db SPL with next to no distortion. Certainly enough for you Rock, Motown, jazz/blues. ;-)