Pics or it didn't happen! That's your cue Ari.
I'll throw some impressions in:
I'll start with Dave's Virtue tripath, very nice little box that manhandles the HE-6 prototypes. No lack of power there. I commented later to Ari that the HE-6 take on a warmish, full sound when properly powered, and the tripath delivered. I wonder how many watts it puts out into 50 ohms?
I thought the LCD-3s were a slight cut above the LCD-2s, on the right track the 3s are just so much more lush and moving, but that approach doesn't work on all types of music and the dry presentation of the LCD-2s works better then. The LCD-2s actually sound more "reference" to me, though pretty un-involving.
Ari's Silver Ghost amp (which was made for the HD800s months before the HD800s were announced) was just perfect. I think the HD800s are a little thin at times but boy does it work for most types of music. Perhaps if Ari had his Behringer there the bottom end of things would have been a little more fleshed out. It's hard not to consider that combination an "endgame" combination.
The R10s. Yes.
Cambridge 840C vs. Havana; as expected the Havana sounded less dry and it's a preference thing between the two: I prefer the Havana.
The LCD-3 off the Objective2 vs. the LCD-2 off the RSA Apache -- I liked the former.