I've really enjoyed my Shure SE530's over the last couple of years but, alas, they are gone. :( There are many things about their sound that appeal to me but, rather than replace them with the same model or the newer SE535, I'm interested in finding something with similar strengths but less weaknesses. Strengths? Obviously, the mids in the SE530 are remarkably lush, upfront and detailed. I love that! But there's no doubt I've always pined for a bit more low-end and an extra hint of sparkle at the top. That said, I'd take the SE530's in a heartbeat over anything with a true V-shaped signature (ie TF10, which were not my cup of tea.)
After much reading on this site and others, I'm wondering if the Earsonics SM3 (v2) or the newish UE900's will provide what I'm looking for - a relatively neutral sound signature, but more fullness at the bottom, and less roll-off at the top. Any experiences or thoughts on my dilemma? I'm happy to consider other alternatives, if they fit the bill. Thanks!