There are tons of decent or better speakers out there. You'd be better off searching the previous million other similar threads first and then if still need be, come back with a more precise question or set of questions.
Plus, include seating distance, window locations, doors, openings into other rooms and other physical aspects of the room which may impact what sort of speaker design might be better given those particular circumstances. Also, what is your willingness to add physical room treatments (absorption, diffusion) and willingness to add more than one subwoofer, both of which can have a significant impact upon the quality of sound in the room in terms of evening out the response. The room itself is as important and sometimes even more important than your choice of speakers. Its impact can be that profound upon the resulting sound you will hear. If you are unwilling or unable to add treatments and have a difficult room, this might alter what sorts of speakers you should be considering. Some speakers are designed to interact less with room boundaries, which is a good thing when no treatments are installed or there are poor acoustical aspects to the room.
Mourning the disappearing usage of the -ly suffix. Words being cut-off before they've had a chance to fully form, left incomplete, with their shoelaces untied and their zippers undone. If I quote your post (or post in your thread) without comment, please check your zipper.