The problem with that is the method they use to measure headphones is sketchy at best. There's no way to say absolutely which is more neutral, because of a number of variables. The way the headphones sit on the ears, the shape of the ears, and the algorithm used to correct for the acoustics of real ears all contribute to less-than-perfect measurements. Most "ballpark" neutral headphones will be totally sufficient for studio and professional use anyway, it really all comes down to familiarity with the headphone.
EDIT: To give you an idea of what I mean by the acoustic corrections, here are two different graphs for the same headphone: the Sony MDR-XB700's.
This graph would lead you to believe they are quite flat:
This graph tells a different story:
And your own hearing might give you a completely different idea of how it sounds.
Edited by Kukuk - 7/21/12 at 12:59am