[ Hi Dobrescu George, As I've been reading Head-Fi for some time, just haven't posted until now with my past few posts here, I want to say I really appreciate your input youve had on these products. Between Brooko's frequency response graphs and your mentions of the Re-800, I decided to get the Re-800, which I've had for a week now. The bass is a slight bit more than my ideal sound signature, and the Zorloo Zuperdac made it a bit too much for my liking, which is why I temporarily used a very old mini external sound card I've had for a long time now, known as the Audio Advantage Roadie by Turtle Beach. While that certainly is not the most audiophile-tuned or even the most ideal device for audio enthusiasts to use it did bring down the bass to an acceptable level I'd say might be nearly 2dB less than on Brooko's graph. The AAR though doesn't really provide the most proper sound overall though, and while it brought down the bass, it may not be delivering the bass as cleanly as a new, proper dac. I spent several hours looking at other dynamic driver - based iem earphones though, and the Re-800 has the least bass of all I could find, while still delivering a great forward-treble I prefer. The others close to this type of tuning I like, are the Pinnacle P1 and the Final Audio E2000, but they weren't as close to it as the Re-800 is. Also, I had some interest in the RHA CL1 from the reviews regarding treble and bass response, though the issue I had was noticing the dip in the mids was too much. While I'd prefer vocals to be a bit more forward in the Re-800, they at least are not V-shaped and mostly flat. Of course I'm hoping based from what I've read about the Meridian Explorer 2, this will deliver closer to my preference, as the AAR does, but with a better overall sound output. I definitely will give my impressions of both here and at the Meridian Explorer2 thread, focusing more in depth on the specific product in their appropriate threads. I may even write some reviews.