Good day, fellow audio enthusiast! My first post so please be gentle with me :d I have been using the Sennheiser IE80 for about a year now, so far I loved the sound of it but I wanted something more. I have been roaming around headphone stores in Hong Kong during the December holiday trip and I tried many of the high-end IEMs. At first, I wanted to go for a medium price ranged IEM such as the Fiio FA7 or Fiio FH5, I loved the separation and the sound-stage of FH5 personally. But then I tried out the Campfire Andromeda, and I WAS IN LOVE. The sound stage is wide. EXTREMELY WIDE, the bass is not as strong as the IE80 (it focuses on quality, not quantity so it's cool), the voice is silky smooth and treble is sparkly/airy. I went to research on the Campfire Vega as well but I couldn't find any demos to try out. I wanted to know if I should go for the Andromedas or Vegas, but I wanted to also know if there are any alternatives to these TOTL IEMs out there. The reason I wanted to go for Andromeda or Vegas is because there are second-hand markets in Hong Kong that sells them at a decent price Budget: Around 600 USD Source/Amp: I would be using it with my LG V30 most of the time since it is my GOTO day to day driver for playing music every day. I would be mostly playing all my music in FLAC/DSD format on my phone since the V30 is able to play them. Preferred tonal balance: I love bass (IE80 turn me into one Basshead), but I wouldn't mind taking away a bit of the bass for a clear vocal and distinct separation of instruments. Sparkly/Airy treble would be a plus. Preferred music genre: I listen to many different genres of music. Ranging in Pop/Jazz/Old School Rock/Classical/J-Pop/Dubstep. So I don't really have a preferred music genre... Past gear experience: Sennheiser IE80 as I said above. The bass is nice but the vocal sounds veiled a lot of the time What aspect of your current listening experience would you like to improve? I wanted to have an earphone that would have a better instrument and vocal separation, as well as a big soundstage (spacious). I don't want the vocals to sound veiled. I also want sparkly treble and good bass. (I might sound too greedy already lol). Thanks for any suggestions!