Well after listening to the above speakers with music and movies, I've decided to go with the DCM TFE60. They appeared to me and a few others to faithfully reproduce the music. They sounded very much "real or live" and almost like they added another dimension, spacial, a fullness. My past experience with DCM was the same, which is why I wanted to audition one.
The Polk Rti A1 was a close second in reproduction but the speakers volumes weren't very well matched, ie the highs and mids were much more pronounced than lower frequencies. It also didn't sound "real" but canned/compressed or something, almost as if it were coming from a tube, very much one dimensional. I noticed this in the audio room at Fry's in Atlanta as well a few months ago.
The JBL L820 didn't produce a lot of sound compared to the other two due to ohms or just inefficient, not really sure. Even when standing two feet in front of it I could hear the other channel about as loud 6 feet to the side of it. The JBL also sounded artificial like a cheap speaker.
As far as appearances go, in order I liked the JBL, Polk then the DCM. I just don't buy speakers to look at. The DCM's are HUGE for a bookshelf speaker, about 20" deep. People commented they looked like a computer tower sitting there and that's roughly what they are shaped like. The JBL is only about 5" deep and doesn't protrude into the space when wall mounted. The Polk is about 9" deep.