I auditioned the Grand Verus Towers and center and concur zero fatigue. IMO they are better on music than home theater and perhaps not the last word on detail. However, I enjoyed any music I put on and often sat for hours just listening. They were somewhat forgiving on recording. Very good on the bass response for twin 6.5" woofers. If you love music and are not after that last little bit of detail, they are a very good speaker.
I also would suggest Kef, Revel, Salk, and Philharmonic but realize they will make mediocre recordings tougher to listen to even if you love them. I save those less than steller recordings for the IPod or the outdoor Yamaha speakers where I can still enjoy them.
Advice may steer your auditions but your choice is still yours, what you like.
Main Kef: Reference 205/2 & 202/2c, Surrounds: Kef XQ40, Velodyne Optimum 12, Integra DHC 80.3, Ayre K-5xeMP, Oppo BDP-103, Bryston 4Bsst2, Parasound Halo A31. Second B&W: 685 (3), CCM618, Def Tech Powerfield 1500, Onkyo TX-NR1008, Zone 2 Klipsch AW650.