Huzzah! Just got my V6-Stages (http://imgur.com/a/bonFE) today and I'm pretty happy with them. Here's a quick and dirty review of them:
"After spending a month or so looking to replace my TF10s, I thought about picking up the UE900s but they seemed to be eh and started looking into higher end universals which ultimately placed me into lower-end CIEMs. I demoed the JH lines of CIEMs along with 1964 Ears. I would say hands down, the JH line is definitely better than 1964 Ears, but my ears weren't able to justify cost of JH16s for the marginal difference between the V6s.
Overall, the soundstage is great as there is definitely separation of instruments with what feels like a 3D soundstage. It's hard to describe but it's definitely something I haven't heard in universal IEMs before; feels like it's centering in my head and flowing out to the ears with peaks inbetween where as I find most IEMs to balance squarely in the center. It seems a bit artificial in that there are specific segments to the soundstage, but it's not a bad thing? If I had to tweak them a bit more, it would be nice if it was a bit more blended.
The bass is definitely present compared to the V6, but not as much as the JH16. (In terms of quality/oomph versus just quantity). I would say the bass is more responsive than the TF10s as well. Mids are certainly more present and forward, but they don't overpower the highs and bass. The highs, I am very surprised on, as they're pretty bright for what the V6-Stage should be; just under the point of sibilance for me which I'm not a huge fan of. (Mostly in the 6K/12K range) I've emailed 1964 Ears asking about this for more information which they'll hopefully get back to me about. Traditionally, I've always appreciated a darker high so this may just be shell shock and will need to ease myself into it via EQ.
Quality-wise, no bubbles in the mold and the coloring is even. The faceplates look great great and are seamlessly bonded to the body of the IEMs. The cable looks to be your standard Westone cable so nothing too much to comment there. The mold fits my ears pretty well so nothing to complain about there other than just getting used to something new.
Audio: 8.5/10 (Great soundstage and frequency profile minus the bright highs
Quality: 9.5/10 (Wish they would have used a Pelican case -- first world problems)
Value: 9/10 (Seems to be a great competitor to the JH line for people looking to spend a bit less and better than higher end universal IEMs)"
Yes, bright and good depth CIEM, for me they're comparable to FitEar ToGo!334 (I think Copper Cable will suites you more than silver or silver plated copper)