Just got a used set of Kaedes yesterday. Playing them via my Hifiman 901. Excellent pairing so far. What amazes me so much at this point is that I am usually drawn to warm iems, and warm presentations in general - not syrupy, not un-dynamic, but not bright or tipped-up. The Kaedes are not forgiving, and certainly not euphonic, but they have very clean upper mids and treble, so they do not add distortion to badly recordings, so they are not unbearable as they are with harsh, trebles (Sony 1000 comes to mind for me).
I also have the Nami and on the basis of liking them, I decided to get the Kaede. No regrets...... I am finding that as I continue through my journey in 'old fart land', that i am listening to more and more acoustic jazz and well recorded music in general, for which these are great.
I am playing with tips as well, going between the stock Complys (whicih are longer than the T-200s I have gotten driect from Comply), TS500s and Ortofon silicone tips. Any other suggestions?
Happy Holidays to one and all.