I think I saw a review for those at Soundstage.com recently. If you haven't seen it already, check it out. That speaker has down-firing isobaric bass, so it might be less room-sensitive than rear-ported speakers.
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I heard the Discovery's at a dealer with Halcro amps and AudioNet cdp. My experience with monitors is limited, but I think the Discovery's are hard to beat. They sounded very similar to the Bishops (Wilson Benesch 30k flag ship speaker), except for bass extension (which might be their only weak spot, depending on your needs/expectations). The integration of drivers is absolutely seamless and they sound very neutral and detailed without being obnoxious. They also sounded very natural with the Halcros, although I'd probably prefer them with tube ampfilfication. But that's probably not your cup of tea.
For my next speaker upgrade, I'm actually contemplating about a single driver speaker. The Discovery is the only speaker that could move me towards a conventional design (if they would only show up on the used market...)
A liitle off topic. I own a pair of Wilson Benesch new A.C.T. When I first purchased them I used them with 2 differnt Krell Setup's. I started with the 400xi integrated than moved up to the KCT and a pair of 350mcx's. The second set was on loan amd I liked it alot, but I decide to use Chord Electronics instead. I think you find the krell equipment to work well with the WB's, but it will not be the best possible eqipment for the wb's