While I love my IE80, it's been my main for 4 years now, and it hasn't been the most comfortable when traveling and commuting. The slightly stiff cable hasn't been too comfortable over my ears with my glasses. I tried looking for an alternative cable, but I don't know if I could trust third party cables. I also haven't been on here for a couple of years now, so I'm not up to date with newer IEMs, so it was quite overwhelming trying to read up on what's good these days. I'm basically looking for a comfortable, lightweight IEM that is similar to two of my favorite IEMs: the IE80 and the Sony XB90ex. I need that big soundstage and sub bass without sacrificing clarity in mids and highs. Other factors important to me at this point: 1- Must be a straight down/hanging style (the over-ear form isn't the best for me, as I wear glasses that aren't friendly with over-ear cable) 2- Must have a chin slider.. (I know it's a tiny factor, but I realize how much I appreciate this when being active: snowboarding, skateboarding, etc..). So yea, basically I'm looking for a straight down/hanging, lightweight IEM that has a wide soundstage, able to make me feel sub-bass without muddying up mids and highs, comfortable and stays in ear effortlessly, has good isolation, and must have a chin slider. Budget is $200, but would prefer less. I see that nowadays, quality IEMs can be had for less compared to just a couple of years ago, so I'm hoping there's something within this budget for me today. Would greatly appreciate any recommendations. Thank you!