Hye Rafton, sounds like you're having fun there.
Although when it's your hard earned money 1500 does seem like a lot but in the classical world, not so much. I don't mean to be cruel but just pointing out that there are so many options your head will be left spinning. Instead of reading ads and other guys comments about various guitars you'd be better off putting yourself in the hands of a dealer ( that reads as creepy
). Just tell them what you like, what you play now, repertoire-wise. Don't worry that you're not good enough, this puts many folks off going to dealers, but they have probs seen and heard it all. London Guitar Studio comes to mind but I'd point you at Miles Roberts at Kent Guitar Classicals in Sevenoaks (he'll even collect you from the station). You might find he saves you some money by showing you something you hadn't considered. He also does the Stephen Eden Cadenza which is a little bit more than you have in mind but personally, I'd say it's more guitar then you'll get otherwise. He also has the Paco Castillo and Hernandez guitars there and more besides.
Remember that the Cordobas and such aren't for everyone although they'd have you believe that they are. The trick is to find something that YOU like and not buy a guitar online only to find that you're not keen on the sound.
Best of luck.
Getting better bit by bit, day by day.