Hi, I recently lost my Klipsch X20is due to a series of unfortunate events :/. I am looking for a replacement, which might be to get a new pair of X20is, but because of the price I thought I would ask for advice. Budget - I'm fine spending in the range of the X20is, up to ~$200 more if there is a good reason to do so. Source/Amp - These IEMs would mostly be for portable use, so plugged into a phone (Pixel XL 3). I also frequently listen on a MacBook Pro. I don't carry an amp. The primary thing I am hoping to improve is sound quality without an amp. I felt that on the x20i I really enjoyed the sound, but it was better when plugged into my macbook pro over my phone's usb-c adapter. I suspect that the phone wasn't pushing enough power through the device. I am willing to get a lower end pair of IEMs if that means that it will sound better when listened to through my phone / macbook pro. How the gear will be used - I use comply tips (the Comfort Ts-100 and Isolation T-100). As I mentioned above in source / amp, I mostly listen through a usb-c adapter attached to my Pixel 3XL, as well as my laptop. I often listen for upwards of 6 hours at a time, so the comfort of the x20is was important to me. Preferred tonal balance - I really liked the sound of the x20is. I also previously owned x10s. Preferred music genre(s) - I listen to a good deal of EDM. Sometimes very pop-edm with clear vocals, as well as trip-hop / tribal sounds (think Clozee), and edm with clear notes. I sometimes listen to EDM with decent bass, but generally exhibit a preference for more restrained EDM. Other representative music would include Volo which is more on the pure electronic side. Past gear experience - X20is, X10, shure SE 425. I liked the how full the Shure sounded even from a phone, but was not a fan of the tips in my ears. I can't remember if I had tried to comply tips with them. Due to the amount of time I spend listening uninterrupted while working (can be ~10 hours on a longer day), I found it to be very important that the IEMs don't become uncomfortable. The weight of the Klipsch helped in that regard I think. What aspect of your current listening experience would you like to improve? - I would like IEMs that sound as full featured as possible with no amp from my phone and macbook pro. At home I tend to listen on speakers instead of IEMs, so my main use cases are commuting, traveling, and at work. It is possible that the best IEMs are to rebuy the X20is and that would be fine, but since it is a significant purchase for me I wanted to make sure that it was the right thing.