I think you need to look at Hojo also!
I was not a fan of lighter style Taiwan teas, preferring high fired Yan Cha, but when Hojo and Natalie realised my drinking preferences they brewed more densely and the teas I tried won me over.
The info that they provide about their teas is exceptional.
Here Li Shanhttp://hojotea.com/item_e/o07e.htm
Here Deep Fired Dong Dinghttp://hojotea.com/item_e/o08e.htm
They also have a Deep Fermented Dong Ding but they have not published info on that yet, to see the full list of what is available you have to download the price list of available tea from this pagehttp://hojotea.com/item_e/available.htm
but in 2 month I am spending more on tea so I could buy a ceramic kettle, but I am not sure weather to buy a Lin`s ceramic kettle or a Chao Zhou stove.
Knowing your preference for top of the range brewing, You might want to consider one of Hojo's expensive pots
Shigaraki, Sado, Banko, or a Tokoname original red clay by Gisui, or even Bronze.
Hojo conducts tests on all the teas he sells on all the pots he sells and declares which do best in which, in the shop he posts info on best fits which is why I bought Gisui for Taiwan Oolong and Dan Cong,
I cannot find the info on the web site, but Hojo and Natalie are very good and usually very quick at responding to all queries.