Short answer: I listened to the JH13 and the Roxanne at CanJam and ultimately went with the Roxanne.
I will say that the first time I listened on Friday night I was hearing a shrilling/tizzy unnatural high from the cymbals in Dire Straits "Walk of Life". Another person was hearing the same thing on his set, we swapped out our gear a number of times and still heard it. Listened to it on three different set-ups and did a direct comparison to the JH13 and UERM's. The only one that sounded 'off' was the Roxanne. Jerry listened to our concerns and said he would look into it when he got back the office. He was very interested in hearing our impressions and did not get offended at all. I am very impressed with his passion and willingness to listen and his genuine response.
Follow-up: I went back on Sunday and talked to Jerry about it and he said it was probably due to the seal witht he universal tips they were using, so he helped me get a good seal on both JH13 and Roxanne and the tizzyness was not there, and that solidified my impression that the Roxanne was the one for me.
I know I would be perfectly happy with the JH13's, but the Roxanne seemed to me to have a slight edge in soundstage and definition. I also liked the fact I could tune the bass. As someone mentioned earlier this would be handy for matching your tracks or just your 'Need for Bass' at times. Overall I am very excited about getting these and very thankful to the JH crew for their patience with me as I monopolized the end of the table for a long time switching back and forth comparing the different rigs and IEM's. My ears are still recovering from the rough treatment they got.
Also forgot to mention that these will be my first set of customs, or actually might be my second as I also order the UE7's which will probably get to me before the Roxanne's, heh, poor wallet took a big last weekend...
Edited by bearFNF - 10/19/13 at 10:27pm