I would say to give them more time. When I first listened to the 009, I really didn't think it was better than the HD 800 I owned at the time, but gradually I got used to it's sound and when I listened to the HD 800's again after only listening to the 009 for several weeks, the HD 800 sounded rather boring and veiled (in comparison). I ended up selling them a few months later mainly because I just stopped listening to them for the most part. Of course it's mostly a matter of personal preference.
Hah, we all experience these things differently. Almost 10 years ago now, when I first heard the L3000 (imported from Japan) in a quick 2 minute impression, I though it sounded rather similar to my reference HD650/Zu (and at that time I was a bit disappointed considering the price paid). After a more serious listening session, it became clear that I significantly preferred them to the HD650, and that's stuck with me ever since.
I first heard the SR-009 a few weeks ago after comparing HD800/L3000/Qualia/Orpheus. It was immediately apparent that the 009 exists on a higher plane of refinement and resolution, and I was immediately impressed by this. A subsequent listening session allowed me to discover their musicality as well. Give it another chance; sometimes gear impresses immediately and sometimes it takes a 2nd or 3rd chance (rare, but I've had that happen too).