So I am back to answer my own question. I went ahead and got a Lepai LP-2020A+ and an Indeed TA2021S. After a weekend listening session with both t-amps and my HB-1 MKII, I must say if for whatever reason you blew your budget on the HSU's you could definitely pickup a t-amp and still have a great little 2 channel system for music. This setup ran the HB-1's full range, and I must say they sounded great. I played around and added in my VTF2 MKIII using the high level inputs and onboard crossover. I really liked this setup for music. There was plenty of power and it was just clean.
The other week I picked up a set of Pioneer SP-BS41-LR. For years these have been hyped, so when I saw them I grabbed them. Using the same setup as above, I have to say I was dissapointed with the sound. I may turn around and just sell/trade them, or I'll leave them around as an emergency spare set LOL.
Lessons learned: T-amps are really awesome, HB-1's are awesome with a $25 amp or a $800 amp, HB-1's work great full range- they just rock no matter what!