Can you tell us your approximate budget? Without knowing that it's hard to make recommendations.
What is your current piano? Do you definitely want a new piano or would you consider used? Buying used is much trickier but pianos depreciate a lot the first few years so one can sometimes get "more piano" for the same price by buying a piano that's a few years old. Is a grand a possibility or are you limited to a vertical by space of budget?
Since you are very advanced but may not have that much experience with many different pianos, you should try as many pianos as possible and then mostly decide for yourself. In your price range there will always be several or even many choices so personal preference on touch and tone will be the biggest factor in your choice.
Try not to rush into anything. Especially if you want to buy a new piano you can always buy the next example of Piano X that comes to the dealer if you hesitate and someone else buys it.
You should definitely read most of the articles in the Piano Buyer:https://www.pianobuyer.com/.
If you tell us your location, some posters will probably able to suggest some dealers to consider.