Discovered the Fostex TH-900 around 4 months ago (yes, I realize I haven't had this for 1 whole year yet, but I'm sure I will) and realized that I'd sort of reached my end-game cans after auditioning it for a week. Returned the LCD-3 I was also auditioning and sold off my LCD2, T1, HD650 and D7000 shortly after. Also sold off my Luxman DA200 and GS Solo II. Currently shopping for a new amp and DAC for the TH900. I have a few loaners but haven't yet decided on what type of amplification I want. I think I'll be happy with the TH900 for a while, or at least until Fostex or some other manufacturer that employs bio-cellulose drivers releases something better. They just sound so effortless and organic.
Also kept a TMA-01 that I got as a Xmas present a year ago, but I hardly use them. Still shopping for a set of earbuds for my smartphone, but that's not really a priority since I tend to drive most of the time.
Oh, I suppose software also figures into an end-game setup. Discovered Linux and MPD about a year ago. Now I just use MPD to send the unfettered audio directly to a DAC, bypassing whatever internal sound server the system incorporates. Also discovered this cool new console front-end application for MPD called ncmpcpp, and it's the sexiest thing ever. Makes me feel that I've been throwing money down the drain with all the "audiophile" players on OSX and Windows in the past.
Edited by kurochin - 10/14/13 at 8:20pm