So the zebrawood cups I ordered from headphile came in yesterday... Excellent quality exterior, okay but roughly finished interior: https://photos.smugmug.com/Hobbies/Audio/n-6fh3fz/i-WssC9mW/0/92bd643e/X4/i-WssC9mW-X4.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/Hobbies/Audio/n-6fh3fz/i-bjksxVB/0/dfbfd058/X4/i-bjksxVB-X4.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/Hobbies/Audio/n-6fh3fz/i-DFNNpz4/0/ae35c3c9/X4/i-DFNNpz4-X4.jpg https://photos.smugmug.com/Hobbies/Audio/n-6fh3fz/i-Vd8dwqC/0/aa608090/X4/i-Vd8dwqC-X4.jpg Can definitely tell they were done by hand on the interior, was expecting a little better quality honestly, but can live with it. I'll post more picture links this evening as the ones of the mounting screws and Fun-Tak were taken with my camera which is at home. Here's the additional pictures: Sealed with Blue-Tak/Fun-Tak and running no additional damping with the Yaxi Alcantara pads - tried with the Yaxi foam placed on the cups and didn't like it...little too dark, not quite enough treble presence. Basically improved sound stage with less intimate presentation plus you get the better isolation and near zero sound leakage that comes with going sealed closed back. Need further time for more impression but basically larger, less intimate sound with slight loss in clarity/resolution but increase in low end punch/impact (not sure on extension). These are my gaming headphones mainly... have yet to game in them since installing the cups last night. Will probably still try a few more tuning experiments, but overall I like...dark, warm, smooth sound that is decently balanced and clean enough is what I wanted and have with these.