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Perhaps you could sell them cheap, since you got a good deal on them? Think of it as a way to pay the benefit forward.   Looking over your list again, I would also suggest you get rid of: DT990 -- because you find other mid-low end pairs to be equal or better Logitech H800, UE6000, and the Turtle Beach -- get a single, wireless, gaming headset that could replace all of these. I use the Skullcandy PLYR1 on my PC and Xbox and it's great. Jude (Head-Fi founder) loves it...
Return the HD25 and M50. The HD25 SP is inferior to the 25-1, which itself was succeeded by the Amperior (that you already own). M50 ought to be inferior to Crossfade LP. On that note, maybe you could return the Crossfade too, and get the M100?
Don't the magni and O2 sound the same?
 I think MrSpeakers himself uses a Leckerton..saw it in a video somewhere. Can someone verify this?  I enjoy my Vali + MD pairing. Hopefully you will too.
 That's the impression I get from reading the forums. But you will want to do your own research on existing Grado threads, to come to your own conclusion. I will say that it seems strange to spend many times more on an amp / amp+DAC than the price of your headphones.
I think you could search for recommended amps for the Grado, and then the same for Mad Dogs, and see which results overlap. I've read that Grados like tube amps (but which ones, I'm not sure).What is a "superhiperbooster DAC"? leeplo, I have no idea which DAC you're referring to.
sebizbir: you don't have particular headphones in mind? 
"Bright" as in tending to emphasise higher frequencies. As opposed to "warm" which would emphasise slightly lower frequencies. If you're not sure where you lean towards just yet, don't worry about it too much for now. You'll figure out your preferences in time.
Microphonics are either absent or so inaudible as to not bother me once I get music/sound playing. I actually use the Vali + Mad Dogs as my gaming setup, and I've been playing Arkham Origins (Steam sales ftw!) for about 10 hours this week with no issue of microphonics.   In fact, no issue of comfort or sound fatigue either. I suspect the Vali helps avoid treble spikes (in any headphone), so that's great. Also haven't had issue with hearing character dialogue.   As for...
You could consider the Vali, if you're ok with the little bit of microphonics from the tube.
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