You know exactly in what context. And you do win for your self. But for me, you're oh so very not on target. All the measurements I've seen of the HE-6s/HE-500/HD800 show that they have the same impact in bass. Regardless of Tyll's or purrin's, or Golden Ears. That's what I meant. And subject opinion are just that...subjective. The advantage with objective measurements is that they can be translated over to others (simply because they don't bring in personal bias').
And my ranking of headphones does help me understand where they all compete. Isn' that what we do. Yes, I sold my LCD-3s, because I prefer the LCD-X's to them and having both open Audeze's on hand seems silly. So your final comment really doesn't make sense to me.
There's a thread for ranking headphones. You can rank your headphones there all day long. Why bring your rankings in threads that's not meant for rankings?
Personal bias is all we have when it comes to what we like. Well unless you let the graphs and plots tell you what you like.
On the objective side I'll bet your dime to my donut that 5 different groups of 100 or more people will think the HE-500 / HE-6 are the more enjoyable "all around" headphone compared to the HD800 - This way is not flawed.
Technically, measurements and plots the HD800s win
Musicality, enjoyment factor, better all rounder the HE-6/HE-500 wins..