Just finished watching Jamaica make the rest of the world look silly in track and field :)
Anyway, as for the 1Plus2 vs ASG-2 thing, I think preference will dictate everything. In my opinion, they are both world class phones. My definition of top tier comes from the level of sound refinement. Both iems, as well as every iem I reviewed in this thread, stand above the likes of the UM3X, GR07, etc due to this. I do admit that the (revised!) 1Plus2 can be a better all rounder due to the more even sound sig. The original set that I reviewed was too sharp in the treble and too thin in the mids, similar to how the ASG-2 can be too excessive in the mid-bass and not dig quite deep enough on some tracks. All the same, one has to pick the iem that sounds the best to them. For me, the ASG-2 is the better all-rounder because I can listen to the millions of genres I like without fatigue, while retaining some of the best transparency into the recording I've heard. For me, transparency is the ability to show every flaw in the recording, such as poor dynamics, shoddy recording work, etc. The G-2 does this without spitting it in your face like iems like the Flat-4 and original 1P2 tended to do. That's why it's my favorite iem to date. I also love the fact that it sneaks certain things up on you. For instance, Gintaras mentioned that he finds the soundstage smaller than that of the 1P2, but I disagree. The difference I hear comes from the more recessed mids and more present treble of the 1P2, giving a greater sense of space. It's kind of like decorating a living room with just a big TV and a leather couch, versus populating it with a sofa, love seat, side table, pool table, etc. It's the same amount of square footage, just different applications. That's why I told Ginny to try out binaural tracks with both to evaluate them. Nonetheless, I do find the 1P2 spectacular in its own right. But I also find the IE800, 334, and Flat-4 to be amazing at what they do as well. It al comes down to preference. It's like asking a group of people at an ice cream shop which flavor they think is the greatest. I hate chocolate ice cream, but many will say it's amazing.
H20 and Ginny, I think it's a bit closed minded to write of graphs. It's similar to one's drunk uncle at a Christmas dinner loudly talking about how cell phones waves are used by the government as a form of population mind control. They have very useful purposes, and combined with other data, can give a somewhat decent (but not definite) idea of whether or not you'll like an iem. I'm sure you don't want to come off like this guy:
I understand the apprehension at those who perpetrate the graphs with a snotty attitude. They think all headphones should match some sort of ideal curve, not terribly dissimilar to the type of idealism of 1940s Germany. Still, sticking our heads in the sand is counterproductive.