I'm not sure how I would feel with head tracking. Never had an opportunity to try it. I've found that speakers and headphones serve different purposes for me. I like speakers for listening to music for pleasure. I like the kinesthetic bass feeling and the sense that the music is enveloping me. I prefer headphones for listening to lectures from the internet and for editing audio or doing noise reduction. In those cases, the isolation is desirable and I can focus in on details that need to be cleaned up. I guess what I'm saying is that they're two different tools for two different purposes and I don't really need one to emulate the other. I don't know if making a hammer work like a wrench would really make it a better hammer, if you know what I mean.