Funny how some people say the DT880 doesn't work for certain genres, and yet one of my absolute favorite things about it is how good it sounds on everything to me. I don't really find that it excels at any one genre because it manages to deliver roughly equivalent performance across the gamut.
Which of course is pretty much the litmus test of how accurate and neutral a headphone is, and the opposite of what I was saying about trying to match headphone colourations to genres. The latter probably explains the recent phenomenon, also incomprehensible to me, of multiple headphones. If you've got a headphone with a certain colouration to soup up one sort of music, and another for another sort of music, it's no wonder you need a battery of "complementary" headphones, rather than just one neutral one that does a merely good job on all genres but doesn't soup up any particular one. Personally I find it all a bit of a mystery.