I'm sorry. I guess I'll make this last post for those that may care:
The situation is really complicated and I have no interest in explaining everything. In the end it really doesn't matter anyway.
I purchased a pair of B&W 805S's about 2 weeks ago and I love them. They aren't better than the Sierra's in every way, as a matter of fact they are more on par with most aspects. The Sierra's midrange/bass is really something special. I think the B&W's come very close, but the Sierra's edge them out with a special clarity and overall tone. For me, the 805S's edge out the win over the Sierra's with the metal dome tweeter. I just prefer it. I think the Sierra's are just a little to neutral sounding for me. I guess my British ears just can't be changed.
David Fabrikant understands all of this and he was nothing but a pleasure to work with. He really helped me a lot with PM's and emails. He is VERY objective about his speakers. He's beyond a great guy; just simply one of the best.
I do feel a little sick spending the extra money, but I'll have these speakers a long time (hopefully). In the end, the ~$1,400.00 for the Sierra-1 mains and center is a lot easier to swallow than the ~$3,600.00 for the 805S's and an HTM4S center. I hope I made the right decision...
I appologize for this situation turning out so strange, but as I've stated before, I didn't create the entire situation. I'm just trying to do the right thing, and I hope everyone can just try to understand.
(This is really the end of this thread for me now.