I've been hoping, for years, that KEF release a small, slim floorstander, like my old KEF Q35.2 and repeat the single white Uni-Q driver design. Most new floorstanders, are huge and have many bass units, to augment the output. I'm not really into loads of bass, but a cheaper version of the Spendor A4 is what I'm really after. The Q35.2 and the Q15.2 standmount, seemed to hit the sweet spot, back in the day. At 91dB, they were easy to drive and sounded fabulous. I'd only consider standmounts that can be screwed into sturdy stands and give a solid foundation, with no wobbling, like the LS50 metas. I often bump into my QA3030i speakers, in my small living room, when opening or closing the windows, for example and because they are screwed into the matching stands, they rock around, but then settle down, with no chance of toppling. I dread to think what people go through, knocking a Harbeth speaker off a stand and damaging something worth 3 grand. Makes me wince, just thinking about it.