Many thanks for that response. I'm going to have to seek one of those out to give it a go. As far as time in the video - you do a great job in all the ones I've seen in getting the essence down and keeping the viewer engaged. I think everyone realizes you can't cover everything about it, and it's great that you are able to follow up this way. Thanks again.
Congrats on the P7 too. Does that blowback system really wwork well? I've not tried one. I like their innovative safety system as well. Cool stuff. Leave it to the Germans (actually I think the original blowback system was from a Swiss gun).
I've used the Realiser (in a calibrated-for-me demo) at CanJam 2008 (Fort Lauderdale), and, frankly, nothing can touch it (that I've yet heard) for accurate out-of-head imaging. It's stunning for out-of-head imaging--jaw-dropping stunning.
Your question is an important one, though, and one I should have been clearer about in the video, so that expectations are managed and realistic. (You simply run out of time in these videos a lot faster than you realize, if, like me, you're not yet used to shooting videos.)
It is important to realize that the Phonitor's imaging controls do not simulate the out-of-head aspect of loudspeaker listening. What it does is allow you to do is adjust the image to have similar imaging with your monitoring loudspeakers, in terms of coherence--image cohesiveness, angle, shape. This is not a binaural simulation, and it doesn't do what the Realiser does, in terms of taking the image outside of your head. It is a crossfeed circuit, albeit a far more sophisticated and flexible one than most.
I hope I've made that clearer, but please tell me if I have not.