I'm looking for recommendations on a headphone as a step up to the TH-X00. I was considering something like the Audeze LCD2 Classic or potentially the TH900 (not mkii). Primary Genres: EDM (Trance, Progressive), secondary Punk, Rock, third and less frequent Pop. I would be pushing these with a Magni 2, using a Steinberg UR22 USB DAC. Headphones of note that I've owned or at least tested in the past Beyer DT-990 - Really airy, good sound stage, but lacking in bass. A bit harsh and unforgiving on low quality recordings.. but that comes with the exaggerated treble. Also, can only be listed to at reasonable volume to avoid going deaf. Beyer DT-770 - Bass was not accurate and seemed artificial. Too much mid bass and it seemed somewhat chamber like. Beyer DT-880 600ohm - A toned down more neutral/balanced DT-990 but really weak with bass and just boring. Decent as a studio monitor headphone I suppose. Sennheiser HD600 - Boring. Good mids. Sennheiser HD25 - Uncomfortable and too much mids, and lacks clarity. Hifiman HE400i - Good mids, somewhat lacking on the low, low end (sub levels) and also at the very high range. Overall, somewhat boring. Somewhat similar impression of the HD600. ATHM50 (and X variant) - Wannabe Sony MDR-7506 with a more musical sound and V shape and artificial treble which I found to be more fatiguing. Philips Fidelio X2 - Weird colored sound, seemed somewhat off and lacked clarity. Ultrasone Pro 900 - Unbalanced, lacked clarity (mids and upper frequency). This headphone reminded me very much of the old Sony MDR-V700 (DJ headphone). Fostex TH-X00 - Initial impression was that it lacked clarity and has somewhat of a nasal sound, but eventually I got used to it. These sound really good with Rock and certain EDM. Mids lack clarity. There's a peak somewhere in the upper mid to treble, so certain instruments can be pronounced yet others seem somewhat veiled. Bass is definitely its strong point. So I definitely like the Bass in the Fostex, but also enjoyed the clarity in the DT-990. I dislike mid heavy oriented headphones, as well as headphones that boost the muddy frequency area of the lower mids (~250hz). Also, the Fostex seem to have this "Fun" type of aspect to them that I like. Not sure if its the bass impact or what. Obviously, because I was able to tolerate the DT-990s for the most part and didn't immediately find them offensive, I am not super sensitive to highs. Any suggestions appreciated, cheers.