What are your top #5 tracks to test new audiophile toys? Mines: #1 - "Time" from Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd  A masterpiece of production and mastering done by Alan Parsons. You can test almost everything with this track: detail, with the sound of the clocks at the beginning, bass, sibilance, vocals, drums, resolution, dynamics, soundstage, stereo separation, headroom... #2 - "Sultans of Swing" from Dire Straits, Dire Straits  Classic rock at its best. Guitars, warmth, drums. #3 - "Remember The Time", from Dangerous, Michael Jackson  Overwhelming bass, attack, punch, definition. #4 - "Entre dos aguas" from Fuente y Caudal, Paco de Lucia  A classic flamenco instrumental masterpiece. Congas, guitar, attack, bass. #5 - "Blue Train", from Blue Train, by John Coltrane  Jazz at its best. Brass, treble, definition, highs, soundstage. Those are the ones that I find myself listening to most whenever I test new material, as they are examples of very well recorded works that I have heard hundreds of times and I know what to expect or how I would like them to sound like according to my personal preferences. Anothers that I left but that are usually worth checking too are: - "The Sidewinder" by Lee Morgan - "Corcovado" by Stan Getz - "Phinuphi" by Kenny Burrell - "Savour the flavour" by Down to the bone - "All 4 One" by Billy Cobham What about yours?