Hey all, I've been doing some research on DAPs priced at around £500-800/$670-1100, but am finding it hard one worth buying - I currently have an iBasso DX80 for 2 years and the battery now drains super fast and the UI is pretty buggy. I'm ideally looking for a DAP with two micro SD slots (recently bought two 200GB ones), can fit in my pocket, that has a decent battery life, wide soundstage, capable of handling various high res formats and with an intuitive UI. I probably won't stream music, either. Also only needs to drive my Spiral Ear IEMs. I've looked at quite a few, but they all seem to be either good-but-not-great, with mixed user reviews, or missing something. I'm leaning towards the Onkyo DP-X1 or Pioneer XDP-300R, but they both seem to have issues with the audio jack, which is concerning. There's also the A&K Kann which seems amazing but that's apparently not pocket-friendly and the A&K AK70 mkii but that has only one SD slot. Is there a DAP that would be better than the Onkyo/Pioneer? Or should I get the AK70 and suck up the cost of buying a bigger SD card? Any help massively appreciated!