Audio Perfection: http://www.audioperfection.com/
Just stopped into the store today. It's a bit run down on the outside, but has 3 very nice listening rooms. The sales floor is also stacked with equipment.
The first room that caught my eye had a plethora of very high-end stuff. A shelf 6-feet high decked out with McIntosh components, paired with Martin Logan Vantages and Wilson Series 2 Maxx's. There were quite a few more pieces in this room, including a few REL subs and other cylinder subs I didn't recognize. Most of these speakers I'd never seen in person until now. Very exciting. There was a man in this room listening to some older speakers, so I tried not to disturb him too much.
I wandered to the next room, which had a 5.1 Gallos setup with the 3.1s, as well as some Sonus Fabers. The main salesman was seated in this room watching Casino Royale. I started chatting with him as I wandered through the rest of the store.
Into the next room, there were several expensive-looking turntables, followed by more McIntosh equipment. I saw a Martin Logan Cinema sitting on the floor (holy cripes, what an enormous center channel!) Quite a few maggies, and several Sonus Faber, Wilson, and NHT towers.
On the main sales floor, there were a few crates and boxes, including a pair of B&W 802Ds. The salesman told me he had just received them on trade-in. I asked if the Wilsons Maxx2's were hooked up. He said they were, and I could demo them as soon as the other man was done. I ran out of time, so he told me to return with a couple of my favorite discs.
I gotta say guys, with all this hi-fi stuff within a 10 minute drive from my home, I may be in a bit of trouble. Of course most of this stuff was way out of my budget, but I wouldn't put it past me to find a way to afford something from there.
Anyway, didn't really get to listen to anything, but seeing that stuff in person was in itself enjoyable. I look forward to going back and hearing what $48,000 speakers sound like. :D