(cont. from previous post) AAW Nebula One Oriveti Basic Oriveti New Primacy Sennheiser IE800 Shure SE535 Shure SE846 (Blue filters) Ran into some issues with measuring Shure IEMs. Really hate those thin nozzles, can never proper seat them in my coupler. Subjective impressions: UERM has somewhat replaced my ER4PT has the go-to reference. Though tonality and detail is superior, I still think the ER4 has better treble control. The UERM can get a little brittle and sharp at times. Flamenco is insanely clean and easily one of the most detailed IEMs I've ever had the pleasure to listen to. Tonal weight still a little on the thin side, though I guess that's the trade-off for increased detail retrieval. Oriveti's new lineup is good, very good. Basic has excellent bass with decent tonal balance, Primacy makes a great neutral hybrid. At their asking price points, they're easily top in my recommendations list. A2H don't sound too good to me. I mean, there are better universals out there but it's still crazy value for a 220USD dual driver hybrid custom. Nebula One kinda sounds bad next to the splendid heights of the Basic. Uncontrolled bass, smoothed over details and the semi-open design aren't winning me any favours. Not much I can say about the 846 and IE800 that hasn't been said before. I like bass so... I like 'em, I guess.