Yeah, but those are all headphones that almost everybody likes (maybe except L3000). Many people don't like Ultrasones (I don't) and to be honest, I never see an Ultrasone becoming a beloved classic. Not to mention they will surely produce an Edition 11, 12, etc. Ultrasone has clearly shown that their marketing strategy is to release numerous special editions and new models. If a K1000 or re-issue came out, used prices would go down. If Sennheiser had replaced the HE-60 every 3 years like Ultrasone does with its products, the older models would lose value. Just wait until Edition 10 Palladium comes out ... then that will be the "must have future classic." Then the Edition 11 will render it obsolete, producing perfect sound forever. At least until the Edition 11 super luxury wood ruthenium lambskin gold platinum edition. I'm not saying the Ed 10 won't sound good or not to buy it, but don't count on it ever retaining its value. Look at how much the 3 previous editions sold for when they were new, and how much they are going for now.
Edited by tvrboy - 10/20/10 at 11:50am