Thank you @Rockwell for the kind words and for taking the time to test the Led Zep song with your sources. I think you’ve summed up my impressions of the Dorado 2020 perfectly in just 8 words. That’s precisely how much of the rock music I listened to sounded out of the Dorado 2020, and it’s essentially why I favored this IEM for electronic music. I’d likewise expected some sacrifices in the mids. But the comparison with the Fostex headphones suggested that the midrange recession is more of an issue with the Dorado 2020 for me. Much of this, of course is down to individual preferences, and my disappointment with the Dorado 2020 might also be that my preferences have shifted over the past couple of years, especially as I age and my hearing degrades: I may not favor the bass response as much as I once did, and I may now place a greater emphasis on resolution and the neutrality/mids of IEMs. So, these can all serve as caveats to my above impressions. I’m fortunate enough to live near a retailer so I should go check out the Dorado 2020 again, with some EQ, and perhaps with a beefier DAP. I wonder if my Sony ZX2 does justice to dynamic drivers? I went back through my listening notes for the Solaris 2020 and noticed that I wasn’t as impressed with the bass response as I’d expected. I now regret not having listened to the Dorado 2020 out of my Magni 3 amp on low gain. Thank you! I’d be keen to check out the Elysium, especially if I were to upgrade the Andro and have it as a sole, do-all IEM. Thank you again for your response and for testing the Led Zep song, I really appreciate it.