You're being a bit rude, which isn't necessary. He's saying he's read your posts, but disagrees with what you're saying - no point in comparing the levels at 200Hz with 6KHz and saying since they're nearly the same that there isn't a spike. You have to look at the 6Khz region to the frequencies immediately before and after. He also noticed this spike when testing the headphones, well before these graphs came out. I got my graph (I'll eventually upload it) and there's definitely a spike in mine. I don't notice it when listening to my pair, or maybe I do but prefer it. Who knows. Some people are sensitive to this, such as Skylab, and these graphs help explain those spikes people are hearing. No need to get defensive.
Re the "spike" that appears as a result of the 3kHz dip -- I mention this from my initial post in this subthread. Yes, if viewed against the 3kHz dip, the 6kHz frequency appears to be a spike. But, again, if viewed from the perspective of the entire graph, the 6kHz "spike" disappears since it lines up nearly perfectly with the flat.
Finally, I point out that the 3kHz dip may be an interesting topic to pursue.
I appreciate your taking the time to comment, and I hope you'll give me a fair shake by carefully reviewing the pertinent posts. And if you still feel the same after you've done so, then I'll accept your graceful censure.