I also wanted to mention to anyone: cables are not created to change the sound, as if you're altering the sound to your liking.
Such notions, like "if you want to have your sound 'brighter' because your gear, for instance, the LCD2 rev1, is dark and not to your liking, you can just get a silver cable," are just wrong. Cable reviews here on head-fi tend to sound way out of proportion because there is no reference point to contrast to (i.e. your looking 10lbs fatter on television because there is no reference point).
A cable's true objective is to deliver the original sound to the headphone without ANY color, really absolutely no alteration to the signature, aka "EQing." The point of such a cable like the Spore is to deliver the signal with the LEAST amount of loss, hence the intense shielding, etc. and separation of wires. The rest of the cables that exist attempt to do the same, but has some signal loss. Most people are used to this and is the reason why we see better cables as "adding on" to the sound, instead "losing" some with worse cables.
Therefore, I'd like to ask you guys to flush out your preconceptions and take a listen without any bias. What you are looking for is just a very realistic, visceral sound, with a lot of detail, some you have not noticed ever before, a wider more 3D soundstage, and naturalness in presentation of all the elements of the music. You are not looking for any equalization, or change in frequency due to the cables; this is not a solution to your wants in the way your gear presents your sound. You are also not looking for any gigantic change in sound. Also, not everyone hears everything the same way, so some may not hear any difference at all (my guess as to how cablehaters do not hear things we do).