The point is to counter widespread misconceptions and hyperbole. Much of which results in the less experienced and familiar members overpaying for underperforming equipment. A phenomena many of us have had the displeasure of experiencing first hand. If you don't like the answers, don't ask the questions. If you want a perfect world where everyone is happy and devoid of problems then I'm sorry to disappoint you. Anyone can buy whatever they want but that's no reason to discourage counter arguments and debate. May I remind you the OP who started this thread is asking which phone is better. That involves a exhcnage of information and opinions. I think you may have confused this thread with the Beyerdynamic T1 appreciation thread? If the OP chooses to listen to anyone's viewpoint here is up to him. You are in no position to determine what is appropriate material and what should be censured in relation to the OP's question.
This response would be great if it had anything to do with anything I said, which it doesn't lol. I don't remember asking you ANYTHING about build quality. I simply stated that I personally couldn't see how someone could hack on the T1 build. That's not a question. Nobody is falling victim to hyperbole and misconceptions. Any slight bit of research on the T1s will indicate that you are in a very small minority in your opinion of them. The fact that you even characterize this as if you're protecting the OP from becoming a "victim" is pretty lame. And lastly, I've made no attempt at discouraging "counter arguments and debate", especially since I wasn't attempting to engage anyone in those activities anyway lol. You're clearly just looking for an opportunity to go on and on with your crusade and you have to twist around what others say in order to justify it.