OK, I had my Rogers LS3/5A speakers for over 30 years (bought in 1980). I was always somewhat bothered by the lack of dynamics and bottom end. I used them mostly with a passive subwoofer, crossed over at 100Hz which mitigated the upper bass bump, gave them some real bass and, to some extent, some real dynamics. However, I sold the LS3/5As when I came across a pair of Harbeth LS5/12As which I bought in the hope of a revelation......... Not to be. So I sold the LS5/12As and bought a pair of Aerial 5Bs which have served me reasonably well for the last 15 years.
But I noticed that I just wasn't listening to music as much as I used to, which I attributed to my being "too busy". Well, I retired, had plenty of time on my hands, and still wasn't listening to the music. It dawned on me that I should probably admit my mistake and buy another pair of LS3/5As. Which I did. And suddenly I'm listening to my music again!
What goes around comes around. Hard to believe a 40+ year old speaker can still be doing things right!