Well, I don't think that the ferrari analogy is really approriate. It would be more like having a ferrari with not so good tired. You would still get the driving experience, it would be much better than the car of a 10th of the price, but you wouldn't the ferrari to its full potential. Actually, when I tried the system in the store, it sounded a lot better than speakers half the price and when I tried the speakers at home, sure it was not as good as in the store, but it sure was better than the other speakers in the store.
Sure, it's great just to sit in a Ferrari and start it up, even if you do spin out as soon as you use >30% throttle.
At this point we have no idea of whether the OP is able to treat his room. If he is, he will certainly get better performance buying considerably less expensive speakers and treating the room than he will by buying expensive speakers and not treating the room.