Sorry I'm a little late to the party here but thought I would chime in anyway because I actually own both of those speakers. Upstairs in the master bedroom I have a pair of B&W 685s with a B&W sub for a stereo setup. Downstairs in my theater system, I have SF Toy towers and an SF Toy center.
I love both sets of speakers. The B&W are warm and rich in the mids and are pleasant to listen to but for me, the Toys are definitely a step above. The clarity and imaging is amazing (in stereo mode). I find the toys great on *all* types of music. Yes, we listen to a lot of jazz and classical, what most people think SF is good at. But for kicks I put on the Black Eyed Peas (Imma be) and cranked it. You know, pretty far from violins and timpani drums.
Holy crap! Admittedly I have a Hsu research ULS-15 sub playing with them but man did they shake the house. And they did so with complete clarity and balance. Not the least hint of strain or discomfort.
Switching off the sub obviously reduced the bass but really not by as much as one might think.
I have them behind a cabinet door (sonically transparent) for the nice theater appearance. Staring at the wall of cabinets while they are playing, it's easy to imagine that they are 8' tall and 4' wide.
I just love them. Definitely try them out with a good rock or pop recording as well as your preferred genre. Be careful of the source though. I've found that I notice bad recordings more with them.
For home theater, we've been using them nearly every night for TV/Movies since Dec. 2011 and we couldn't be more happy. We had a set of DefTech 2004 with a center in there before and my main complaint was that the dialog was muddled. I had to really listen hard to hear a lot of it. With the SF Toys, it was immediately apparent that the clarity in the center was spectacular. The imaging, accuracy, and *punch* of the towers was noticed too.
I should note that I had no intention of buying SF Toys when I started out looking. In fact, while I had heard of SF, I had no idea what speaker lines they offered. For me it was between B&W, Monitor Audio, and Vienna Acoustics. I really liked all three. They had these Toys sitting in the corner disconnected. They hooked them up and I was hooked
I went home and did a lot of internet research on them. I went back and re-auditioned all 4 speakers 2 more times before I decided on them. I kept thinking "they can't be that good, I've got to go back again"...
Anyway, enjoy and let us know what you decide.
p.s. My setup pictures can be seen here, just search for timlinca on page 93: