I almost wanted to hear that they were, though I had a feeling somebody would have mentioned it already if it were the case.
Now I've always been a little suspect of Headphone Info's measurements, both because of their methodology (e.g. not paying attention to anything below 100 Hz, scoring the response on a non-weighted average deviation from their target curve) and because their plots look a lot peakier than even the unsmoothed results from places like HeadRoom and InnerFidelity. So when I look at those plots in the OP, I know to take them with a grain of salt. That said, there's a pretty distinct peak in the 5-6kHz region for the SE-A1000. I'm very sensitive to peaks in this area, which is where snare drums and the lower frequency components of cymbals and sibilance live, and which is where many low-end IEMs have a spike in order to give the illusion of clarity. Is there any hint of harshness or edginess that might correspond to what appears in those measurements?
EDIT: I found this review while searching:
I haven't read it yet, but it includes measurements. Just thought it might add to the thread.
Edited by Argyris - 7/1/13 at 6:51am