BTW, the $20K section is ruled by a small, tight-knit group of audio snobs (though there are some cool, open-minded people there). Many hate Xd because they view them as "wrong" because they are digital or as a toy because they are too affordable.
Here's the thing. If you primarily listen to classical music and you have the right room, you might miss the Maggies if you sell them because of the dipole spaciousness. However, if you primarily listen to anything else - jazz, rock, pop, country, dance, reggae etc, the Xds will pretty well blow the Maggies away in most every way - accuracy, dynamics, clarity (especially in a less than ideal room), imaging precision, deep bass, coherence. The Xd is simply a much better all around performer, even though Maggies do have some things that are unique about them.
I've had dozens of people switch from Magnepans to lesser NHTs over the years and almost every one has commented that they never knew what they had been missing. I can't say I've traded in any 3.6s, but I've traded in nearly everything else. Doesn't mean that *you* should, but others have done it and I've received no laments.