So far, I think so. They're pretty mellow. Smooth and balanced to tell the truth. They don't outright have the level of over-the-top fun of the Polaris so I think I'll get a better handle on their signature as the days tick on by. I've been listening to them the most right now and they're very competent. Good imaging, mids and highs sound good. Lows lack quantity but they're tight and drums and whatnot have a nice "snap" to them. They don't really rumble like a DD would but I wouldn't call them anemic in the lows. I will say they're very clear sounding and rather wide considering all things (not to Andro levels). Still trying to get a grasp on their depth and height. They aren't as all encompassing as the Solaris staging-wise but don't sound closed-in and in my head so that's a plus too. Also, they're very light weight after dealing with the Atlas and Solaris for so long so that's been welcomed, haha. I'll be using them non-stop for the next week or more so I can fully adjust to their sound before bouncing around for comparisons so I'm sure my notes/thoughts will be more cohesive moving forward. So far though, I thoroughly enjoy them for what that's worth.