I've parted ways with the Analog DAC with the intention of going higher up the MSB chain. I have auditioned the Platinum and am now debating getting either it, the Signature, or (gasp) holding off until MSB's looks on the IV series catches up with the Analog DAC. This may happen sooner than later as MSB has moved all chassis CNC in-house over the last year. I really liked the sound of the IV+ platinum that I heard but aesthetics were definitely lacking. I am in no rush as I have had a string of interesting less pricey DACs in and out of the house on audition since. While I am convinced MSB is the way to go for the best possible mix of transparency, detail, and tone, there are a lot of good DACs out there for cheap that don't leave me wanting for all that much.
I haven't totally divorced myself from stat gear, I do have a DIYT2 that will hopefully be up and running in the not-too-distant future. However, while I did have stats in the house for the couple years before that (4070, HE60, 007mk1, 009, BHSE, LL, Electra) I found myself not listening to them very much other than classical music and the great american songbook when I wanted to get my mellow on. My go-to headphones have been a pair of HP1000's that have been uniquely modded (differently than Purrin's shout mod or Joe Grado's magic goo.) They are tremendously engaging without being fatiguing, which I can't say about any headphone I've ever had. Add the perfect tonality with vocals and strings and I rarely find myself reaching for anything else. I like them so much I recently spent way too much on a second pair to have modded so that I'll have one at work and one at home, with ECP and Moth amplification. I have the DSHA and Moth 2A3 set up for home use and the BD and a one-of-a-kind Moth amp at work.
I have also been experimenting a lot lately with the K1000 and have enjoyed the results, though I can't listen for as extended a period as with the Grados, modded orthos, or CIEM's. Still, get it right and they are quite good. I have 4 pairs so am in the middle of constructing a harness to wear every pair at once in a surround sound configuration to have a true earspeaker.
I don't want to drag this thread too far off-topic so I'll leave my OT there.