No prob! Are you talking about the Yggy breaking in or warming up? I listened to it with the Ragnarok later in the day so it had been running for at least 6hrs straight. That and I'm pretty sure Schiit doesn't pull out a brand new one for every trade show cuz then they couldn't sell it later as new. But yeah I can definitely see Bifrost multibit being more detailed than Mojo. Mojo is a smooth and forgiving dac that would totally sound veiled on HD800s. It doesn't play nice with super revealing cans. Hugo 2 does though. It's by far better than the first Hugo. I know it's small and portable but there's a reason it goes for its $2200 price tag. Size means nothing..the technology in its dac and filter implementation is a cut above the rest. Hugo 2's forum is full of q&a from its creator Rob Watts. It sounds dangerously close to Chord Dave when I did an AB comparison side by side. Anyway, I'd definitely audition it before you go Yggy. If you love the HD800 sound I'd go Utopia. They're a clear step up but similar presentation since they're dynamic drivers. Also warmer than HD800s so pretty much exactly what you want. But yeah IMO the LCD-4s, Abyss Phi, and Sennheiser HE-1 are the only cans that beat the Utopias. The only reason I say that is those other ones do that 3D holographic out of your head imaging thing way better cuz they're planars and stats with much bigger and lighter drivers. The Utopias have a perfectly coherent sound that kinda all hits your ears at once..like a wall of gorgeous sound..whereas the others sound like the music is imaged all around you in 3D and I love that. Utopias are more of a super detailed easy listen like HE1000s but more dynamic, and those other ones are trying to rock your world with their capabilities.