As a recent convert to Emotiva, I can completely endorse their amps.
I added an XPA-2, 2 channel @ 250 watts ea to drive my B&W 803D's. I purchased these speakers, wanting invest the most I could in quality speakers, but had to hold off purchasing some good power to run them. I auditioned them on Mcintosh, and Parasound Halo, which were both first class, but money shortages held me up. An old Adcom 545, 100 w/ch kept them plodding along.
10 days ago, sprung for the Emotiva, hooked it up, and within 5 seconds of Norah Jones, my wife said, "Wow, what an amazing improvement in all aspects of the sound!" Does the Emotiva perform as well as the Parasound & Mcintosh? Really hard for me to say, I would stick my neck out and say it gets 95% of the way there, and at 1/4 the cost or less.
So pleased with the Emotiva, I am committing on an XPA-5 to run the other B&Ws in surround mode, giving me full 250 watts of high current power for my fronts, and 200 watts for the others.
PS: Running them all through recently purchased Denon 4308ci, using it for all its features, through the pre-outs.
Finally getting my set up the way I wanted, at 1/4 the price.