I recently purchased a WyWires Red headphone cable to compare to the Toxic Silver Widow on my LCD3. The WyWires is an excellent cable that I found to be a significant step up from the Silver Widow (another fine cable!). My system consists of a Bryston BDP1 / Lampizator L4G4 / Eddie Current Balancing Act / LCD3. I listen primarily to rock and blues. I like weighty bass, liquid midrange and detailed but sweet treble. I like to listen to all of my music and not just audiophile releases. The WyWires Red headphone cable made a positive difference in my sound. The most noticeable improvement was with the soundstage. Soundstaging is not a strong suit of the LCD3 but this cable expands the stage to widths and especially depths that I have yet to experience from my setup. I am now hearing palpable images defined within the soundstage. With the Toxic SW, I heard decent width and music appeared across that width with good separation but without the sense of belonging to an individual musician. It seems the WyWires cable is providing a blacker background and more information to supply these room definition and instrument placement cues. The bass on the WyWires goes deep, has weight and does not encroach upon the midrange. Notes are very well defined, whole and round. In comparison, the Toxic SW sounds slightly woolier spreading into the lower mids. Bass notes on the WyWires are more distinct with no less weight or intensity. Mids on both cables are just beautiful. With the WyWires, however, I am hearing more nuance in voices. I find myself listening move closely to female vocalists paying more attention to the character of their voices. I am hearing qualitative differences I haven't noticed before - there is just more information there. Highs on the WyWires are significantly more extended than the SW's. They are equally sweet with absolutely no grain, etch or glare. I am extremely sensitive to these artifacts and find them in neither cable. With the WyWires, however, I am hearing more detail in the uppermost range. This probably helps create the soundstage and imaging benefits I mentioned above. While both are excellent cables which are far superior to the Audeze stock cable, I find the WyWires works better in my system. The WyWires red provides the soundstaging and imaging I have been missing with the LCD3's. While both are similar with regards to sweetness and tonal accuracy, I find the WyWires to reduce the thickness in the lower mids and allow me to hear far deeper into midrange reproduction. I like both cables but give the hat tip to the WyWires Red. It provides a significant improvement to my system. They are available from WyWires with very little lead time. I received mine within a week of placing my order.