Front Stage Advice replacing Klipsch
Was looking for a bit of advice before making an upgrade to my Klipsch front stage. I currently have Klipsch RF-82 ii's and an RC-62 ii center that I am planning on upgrading. My surrounds are Klipsch RS-52 ii x 2 and RP-250S x 2 and subs are Klipsch R-115SW x 2. I am planning on buying Outlaw Monoblock 2200 amps x 3 and have a Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A3080 receiver and plan on using the pre-amp output for my fronts and center.
Was planning on buying the RF-7 iii floorstanding speakers and RC-64 iii center, as they are the obvious upgrade choice and I do like the Klipsch sound, but feel like if I am spending 5K or more then I should at least consider other options. Also, while the Klipsch are OK to look at, there are more aesthetically pleasing options out there in my opinion, and I would be willing to spend a few thousand more if the sound and look of the speakers was better.
My questions are mostly general, as I know that I need to audition any high end speakers before buying them. Mainly, should I stick with Klipsch for front and center if I don't plan on upgrading my surrounds and subs? Should I only buy more expensive upgrades if I listen to a lot of music? (I use my speakers for roughly 80 percent home theater) Do I need to match my amplifier to the speakers that I buy (should I hold off on purchasing the Monoblocks)? What brands should I consider if I was looking in the 5-10K range for fronts and a matching center?