Totally agree. The B2's were just too difficult for me to like when switching back-forth.
Once I got a sense of the imaging, fullness and speed of a masterpiece 1k headphone, it was impossible to adjust to the B2's "anemic" replication. Strangely enough, I got more enjoyment out of Ety's HF5's than the B2's. It's analytical enough to tear down bad music, but just a bit warmer, so it isnt boring(tomy ears).
HF5 are more enjoyable on music I listen to mostly. I could not stand the brightness of electronic synthesizers and goa trance on the B2s.