Shutapppp, lol. Be back to spend more money? No. Be back to stay updated on the Head-Fi world? Sure. Possibly even to make trades. Don't wanna spend anymore. I was gone since Jan. of last year when I got the Annies if that says anything. I just found them to be lacking in bass. That was really about it. I don't have enough experience to know if I was not pleased with anything else. They were pretty much my first PROPER headphone besides the Q701's. The Q's hurt my head a considerable amount and definitely did not have enough bass. I currently have HE-400's in the interim. Bass is definitely improved, but that midrange, I actually do notice a difference between that and my previous Annies. It's not as good. The treble as well, bit much, but I put it into a different source, definitely not as bad.
Reminds me of Sennheiser.
It's a pain, but once you find it, stick with it, because your ears are only so good and sound can only go so far. For me, once I've found a headphone that's close to neutral and linear with great sound quality, while producing some great bass (as in has oomph/enough quantity as well as quality and extension)... AND has the soundstage plus imaging to excel in games, well, those are lovely with music as well (speaker-like/out of head experience), then I'd say I can rest happily with my purchase. It's a lot to ask for, but I think these 560's will meet my wants.