SHHS, I understand you like the DAC a lot (I wont quote the other posts you made, but want to address this one), but I'd suggest a bit less gushing. I'm sure it is a great DAC. I did an impulsive thing and bought another member's Calyx DAC. It sounds rather dry and a bit lifeless using the built-in USB, even if you power it from the included power supply rather than a computer. However, with an Audiophilleo 1 (or 2) which has been measured independently to have jitter <1ps (ie: a femtosecond transport) as well as the battery-power for its output, using a Vaunix USB hub as the power supply to the whole rig, the results I get over the DAC by itself are exactly what you describe above. It'd be interesting to hear how close I've gotten to a Femto DAC with my set-up.
I am not so sure that describing a component as "cleaner and more real (closer to the live performance)" than its smaller sibling could be categorized as "gushing". In any case, I have not heard your combination with the Audiophilleo and Vaunix so I am in no position to make a judgement on how close it gets to the Femto DAC. All I can say is that I have been through my share of DACs in the $2000 to $10000 range and to my ears the Femto floats my boat. Everyone hears differently so just because it sounds great to my ears does not necessarily mean that it will be do the same for you or anybody else. BTW, Audiophilleo claims that it reduces jitter to 2.6 picoseconds on its website: http://www.audiophilleo.com/Audiophilleo1.aspx