I thought it might be time to chime in:
Amps for Vienna:
Pre/Pro/Power is recommended, but obviously costly. Consider this though: a Pioneer Elite SC09 has a list price of $7k. A Primare SP32/A30.5 has a list price of $8k. SQ definitely goes to Primare, while the Pioneer is more feature laden.
I would recommend this: a Primare SPA22. This is an integrated theater amplifier based on the SP32 preamp but with on-board 120 watt x5 amplification. This is a much better option than a japanese reciever with external amps (even Primare). It beats the AVR5803 and SC09 in a head to head SQ comparison, and offers hardware upgradeability that is unique at any pricepoint.
BTW, no need to consider Primare as a two-channel only option. The new processor design is amongst the best analog preamps that I have had the priviledge to use. Seriously. Its that good.
Bigger is always better, given that they will fit. In this order: Waltz, Haydn, Bach, Mozart, etc.
This bares repeating: I have yet to work with a woofer that integrates as musically as a REL. Yes, the JL woofers are just fine. Not trying to bash them.
A T1 with Mozart in a small/mid-size room would be fine. If a bit more can be spent, an R305 or B3 will reward you with increased extension, integration and fidelity.
There is reveiw out there that directly compares the Music Hall to the Project Debut III. The Debut III won. It has been the number one recommended entry level audiophile turntable for more than a few years running. Enough said. Save the extra $$ and buy a better phonstage.