I don't know if you've gotten your VAmp back, but actually the electronics are at the back of the case and the aluminium shell screwed on instead. Of course we could be critical on how that's not very forward thinking however the design isn't V-Moda's (hope I'm not saying anything wrong here but I think it's quite common knowledge the VAmp is Go-DAP 4.0 based). I've actually talked to the VentureCraft folks 14 months back when the iPhone went from 4 to 4S and a mini change but the 4.0 was already in full prod. My thoughts on the modular case can be found here :-
The Verza is a different story. That's for V-Moda to elaborate.
I remember - I was the one that made a huge fuss about it.
Off topic: Mmm i think it was you or Anaxlis that couldn't believe that i thought the D7000 had more recessed mids and more treble then the D2000. Well i figured why, the previous owner stuffed foam rings between the pad and the plate that the pads use to attach to the housing, basically increasing soundstage, and butchering the frequency response - problem solved now.
You know I quite like v-moda but they need to get there **** together. this is the third incident of screwy after sales/sales service, and I haven't exactly been looking.
First: with my M100 I didn't get the faders I bought, but I did get an extra set of shields I cancelled from the order?
Second: my friend didn't get his engraved shields when he bought his M100, they sent them unengraved.
seriously. Time to catch a bit of a wake up. And I actually like V-moda....