I too managed to land these, and only 2 weeks after my last pair crapped out on me, so am well chuffed with myself. Have only been listening through them this morning, and Woo did assure me that they have been tuned differently to the original M2C's, but straight out of the box there appears to be a greater amount of bass in these newly tuned buds... They've had zero burn-in (as of yet), so am hopeful that the analytical detail of the original bud will come through in time, although I can't remember the last pair sounding as well rounded out of the box as this pair are. Delighted to see that they've changed the cabling to the more rubbery and flexible type plastic (TPE is it).
I agree with ForceMajeure - the soundstage to my ears is not the same as my last pair, although in fairness they had had an awful lot of use over the past 2 years and were in peak listening condition before the left bud gave out, due to the cable not having near enough flex I reckon.
If anyone can suggest a way I could possibly open the buds housing in order to repair them I'd be delighted to hear it, they were a lovely pair of buds and a pity to have to consign to the bin so soon.
Yep, the cable is very nice indeed much better than I expected.It doesn't retain bends easily.
Having them with about 100 hours of use I can say that the M2C don't lack detail, they have a very good timbre also.
the soundstage is nice as I mentioned but lack a bit of 3d .
I must say I'm very pleased.