My vote would be for a used Tundra 07-13. Test drive a model with power seats to see if that works for your wife. For me poor fuel economy is offset by low maintenance costs and SAFETY. Fewer gadgets means less problems. I am a Tundra fanboy 100%.
Good luck with your decision
If you think of the boundary gain of the loudspeaker being on the floor vs. up in the air on a riser just like being horn loaded vs. having a gap between the horn and the driver...you will begin to see the magnitude of the importance of having them on the floor.
Using solid-side risers under a direct radiating bass bin are like having long throat adapters between the horns and the drivers--it moves the acoustic center higher off the floor, but you pay a price of irregular on-axis frequency response at some frequency--that you can't EQ flat (i.e., they're not minimum-phase frequency response dips).
The physical effect of all this is providing something for the woofers to push against rather than just free air---you're using an acoustic transformer to increase the resistance that the woofer sees at very low frequencies.
The A/C died after ~ 20 years. The new HVAC system is to be installed on Monday.
Might as well “chill” (in the non-temperature sense) on the deck with one of the Bell’s beers one of my sons gave me on Father’s Day.
Does something, or someone, prevent the use of carpet, tapestries, etc.?
OBTW, welcome, good luck and keep us apprised. With luck, a relatively local member with Klipschorns will invite you over for a listen.