My recommendation is to pick Takstars Hi-2050s, they will shine with some of your favourite recordings, specially those with wooden instruments and well recorded voices.
If you find them over-bright with some recordings, you can always listen at lower volume levels.
This are very capable headphones at its price point. Give your mind (hearing) some time to get comfortable with the new sound, it will grow on you.
Our hearing is really comparative, and if you have been listening to dark or highly colored sound signatures for a long time it will take you some time to take the brighter and more neutral presentation as your reference.
"Jack of all trades, master of none"
After all you will find that you enjoy very much some recordings and you don't enjoy that much other recordings. The perfect all rounder (master of all trades) is yet to be done.
At this point it's difficult to make a solid recommendation because everyone has different preferences, but no matter the price, there are always pros and cons and you won't know if you like a particular headphone until you spend at least 20hs listening through them. There's always a little bit of risk, but after having spent let's say 50 hours with your new headphones, if you don't like them you can always sell them and get big part of the money back or start modding as Claritas suggested!