@Currawang I did saw dita make an informal appearance in your last video. I can never produce a review as well thought out and structured as yours but I will do my best to be as honest and clear on my finding on the dita. With that said looking forward to your video.
Some point which has crossed my mind lately and things I need to say:
Point 1: A note about Danny one of the designer and co-founder of dita audio ,he has been nothing but helpful to me . He has been as clear and transparent as one could be in his position in this industry. He has been extremly helpful and responsive which I hope they can manage to keep when they grow bigger than what they are now.
Point 2: As a consumer and someone who loves to see prices which encourages other people try good gears and not to pass over them simply because of their price I was fairly unhappy about the recent price increase of dita gear. Naturally this price increase will push dita-truth IEM to compete against some bigger boys in that price range and that something which I believe make things much harder for them.
Point 3: How do designers in general put a price on Sound(ignoring labour and material cost)? Without getting too philosophical can we put a price on sound? Well certainly audio companies do think so. How do we form a price/performance ratio subjectively? To me it seems like in order for one to write a fair subjective review we have to first ignore the price and describe the sound as fairly as possible. We are to than compare it with other gears of different price point and at the end we are to put all the different factors together (somehow) and see if whether that gear truly worth what they are asking for. I am still trying to figure out this part and I am not comfortable on following the statement "if it sounds good to you it is worth it" as they are lot of much cheaper items that sound good to me and somehow I still end up buying other stuff to satisfy my taste.