Just received a review unit of the Opera Consonance "Suzanne" portable music player today, and thought I'd start a thread on it. First some unboxing pics: Last shot is next to the new Fiio X5 2nd generation. You can see that Suzanne is a beast! Almost 1' thick. With the leather holster on, close to 1.5" Good heft and solid construction; this feels like a quality product. Only physical button is for Power on the top of the device next to headphone and line out. The things that look like buttons below the display on the front are virtual "buttons", but on touch-sensitive glass. When you want to pocket it (perhaps with painter pants you can pocket it), touching the power button turns off the screen and all touch sensing. Push power again and the screen comes on, and button functionality returns. Listening to it now (had to upgrade firmware) and it sounds great. No time to compare against anything, but it powers my 470 ohm ATH-R70x to good loudness and nice SQ without any external amplification (although it was close to max. - about 90-95/100 - on the volume). Switched to HD650 and beautiful at around 85/100 on volume. Beethoven's 3rd Cello Sonata (Timora Rosler on Cello, Klara Wurtz on Piano) sounded UNBELIEVABLE, with wonderful space and texture, and superb micro detail on both piano and cello (especially cello). Retail on the is $699 (American). That's pretty decent for what I've heard so far. More to come.