Eh, I think cn11 is not trying to "attack" you, but merely questioning the basis of your recommendations, while also suggesting that you explain your suggestions a bit more specifically. And it's not like he was impolite. Rather than taking offense to his post, it'd be much nicer if you answer cn11's question straight up.
No offense but as you said this is an open forum, so I think everyone has right to question the validity of others' recommendation. I personally wouldn't recommend any IEM unless I own/owned/demo'd that IEM; I don't think it is too much to ask whether you have at least listened to the IEMs you recommended.
Anyways, just for the sake of recommendation, I wholeheartedly recommend Audio-Technica CK10 & CK100 Pro, good ol' ER-4S and if the OP can afford/find one, j-phonic k2 SP or FitEar F111.
It may have not been an attack, but it came across to me as rather sarcastic. I'm sure that's probably how ZARIM took it, also.
To the OP: Unless you list some criteria ($ amount, genre of tunes, amped/unamped, etc) you're going to get recommendations all over the place. In my experience, headstage in an IEM has been rather difficult to get. Most IEMs have sounded like just, IEMs. The two that pop into my mind has having some semblence of a "headstage" were the IE8's and the e-q7's.
As for clarity in the treble, as others have mentioned, the CK10s are supberb, as are the ER4S (and the 4B, if you really want to maximimize on the higher frequencies). I've personally not come across an IEM that has the both the clarity and headstage, at least not the way you're describing.
Good luck in your search.