I use DiGiCo SD11 which has all the sends and aux you'd need but that might be a bit pricey - over 10k (but worth it for the quality, useability and the great in-built effects)
Ones that I know of in the budget:
I've used Roland M400 a couple of times and found it to be quite good.
The latest digital offerings from A&H and Soundcraft and Midas are all under 10k - They'd all do what you want with features to spare. The good thing about the digital ones is you can download the off-line software for free and try it out on your computer at home (no sound of course but you can check out the features)
I'm a bit reluctant about B*** too but if you have a look on www.proaudiospace.com
, there are some people who are loving the X32.