Ya you're right it should be the harman curve. The only reason why it wouldn't be, and probably isn't "perfect" is because Audeze continues to revise and because there is always SOME unit variation with planar headphones (it's hard to make the thin films that they use in the drivers). So your headphone probably doesn't measure exactly the same as the one Oratory measured. Either way you can get super close to harman by using his settings because the unit variance is still relatively low. By looking at older graphs and comparing with newer ones it looks like they are trying to level out the bass even more while maintaining the darker upper mids and also smoothing upper treble peaks but no confirmation from Audeze on that. Either way... this issue I'm talking about is a small one. The LCD-X is still a phenomenal headphone with EQ and ideally something like the Oratory1990 settings that bring it close to harman.I've actually been calling the Oratory 1990 the Harman curve because I thought that's what it was. So any reference I made above to the Harman curve is actually to the Oratory 1990. And yes, it sounds good! I lightened the bass just a tad and vary the treble depending on the actual recording I'm listening to. I think Amir's settings also sound good, but I actually added a touch more bass to his. His are based on testing and graphing the response of the LCD-X, so some science behind his too.