Again the model that sticks out like the proverbial sore thumb is the Two. The Three seems fine at $800, it being a more unique speaker.
But... unless I knew someone who absolutely had to have a 6", acoustic suspension 2-way at no more than a foot tall, I'd have to point them toward (in no order):
PSB Image B6- $500
PSB Image B5- $400
Paradigm MiniMonitor- $480(?)
Axiom M3, V3- $348
Axiom M22, V3- $488
Monitor Audio Bronze BX2- ($489)
Wharfedale Diamond 10.1- ($350)
Boston Acoustics A26- (400)
Infinity Primus 162- ($170 shipped)
NHT SuperZero 2.0/Super 8 ($500 shipped)
I'm too lazy to go further. (But you'll note the last candidate.
) My son has a pair of Polk RTi4s, which can still be gotten for $150 shipped, that is overall at least equal to my SB2s. It has an (sometimes pleasing, sometimes not) upper bass boost that is a deviation from neutrality, but it's smoother and sweeter with most music and plays louder without strain/pain. The SB2s certainly image more precisely and are more accurate, but they also can be more tiring. (A good bit of that may be the NAD C340 integrated not being the smoothest thing around.)
Same deal, to a lesser extent, with the AZ. It's limited to being a satellite, and one which apparently shouldn't be crossed over at 80 HZ.
The subs all seem well-priced, assuming they sound as good as I think they must.