I have to put the moderator hat on for a moment. This thread has been consistently skirting the line of off-topic discussion and there have been numerous posts that become personal.
I'm going to briefly recap two of our Posting Guidelines to make sure that everyone in this thread knows what the moderators expect.
This thread is about the Trinity Phantom series. It's not about the company's general communications or shipping. It's about the IEMs. We allow valid complaints about shipping of these specific IEMs to be shared because they're related. However, the repeated rehashing of those complaints is off-topic and will not be allowed to remain in the thread. Some of you may have received personal PMs from the moderation team, but I'll share here that we may be forced to take more assertive actions if members cannot adhere to our request to remain on-topic. This thread is not the place to make personal demands of Trinity's employees and it's certainly not the place to repeatedly "flog a dead horse" as the saying goes. If you have personal issues with Trinity, take it up with Trinity via their direct contact methods, not publicly on Head-Fi.
This is the other main complaint we're receiving and posts that break this rule need to stop. "Are you an idiot?" "What is wrong with you?" These are just some examples that we've received, but personal posts are not limited to insults. Personal posts will not be allowed to remain and will be removed when we see them.
Finally, this isn't a rule per say, but our posting guidelines primarily come down to this: be excellent to each other. Head-Fi is a community of personal audio enthusiasts. We all came here at one point or another with one goal in mind, to improve our listening experiences and to share those experiences with the community. Let's be respectful to one another. Their opinions will differ and their perspectives will be completely different from ours, but we're all here because we share a love of headphones, music, films and TV, gaming... it's all about the audio. Let's be respectful of one another, please.
Ok, mod hat off again. Back to your regularly scheduled program.