No, my opinion means much less than anyone else's. But if you look objectively you'll see that I'm asking objective questions.
1st, Beats Studios have more bass than Beats Pro. I have done extensive listening tests with these 2 cans with both consumers and music professionals and the overwhelming consensus was that Beats Studios have more bass than Beats Pro. There is no excuse for leaving Studio Beats off this list, thus making the list subjective and not objective.
And measurements are not the only way of determining whether a headphone qualifies as basshead or not, and I'll prove this before August.
Argh, I knew leaving the Studios out of the list without any notes will cause confusions.
To clarify, the studio was left out not because of its price/performance or what ever. The solos are not in there however, because it was almost universally agreed upon as a terrible choice. It was not included because when listened to in a noisy environment with the ANC on (I think it can't be turned off), the headphones had considerably less bass compared to the Pros.
Did your tests include noisy environments? I do believe the nature of ANC could potentially produce an effect similar to a low frequency filter given the amount of low frequency noises in a typical noisy environment like a shopping mall, or a canteen at an university.