If you approach arguments that way, then every headphone is perfect, you just have to find the perfect amp, cable, power supply, DAC, source, humidity, sampling rate, and heaven knows what else before a headphone sounds right.
Although, IME, to get the full potential of a high-end headphone, that's exactly what you have to do. It's a long process, and can take from weeks to years. It's also impossible for purposes of review in a timely manner, and the review would then only apply to the system so assembled.
By far the best approach to understanding reviews is take note of the equipment used, the reviewer's stated preferences, and what you know about what the reviewer likes from reading past posts. If the review contains enough detail that you can understand the context in which it was written, that's as good as you're ever going to get. Skylab has written an excellent review that gives you sufficient detail to understand how he arrived at what he heard. Good work!
And, just in case people still don't get it, it's a lot of work to write a review like that.