This is going to depend a great deal on dealer-good-will and/or someone wanting to loan me a DAVE for a week. In the former case, I would rather use said good-will to audition other units, so if it's going to be a limiting factor there then it is less likely to happen. I did have access to one that a friend owned recently, but he sold it and wound up buying a Spring DAC. My impression of DAVE is still positive - but over time, and some more time with the unit here and there, it's a bit less so than it was. There's more that I felt my original write-up made the differences sound larger and more significant than they actually are. There's really not much in it at all. When I post the updated impressions (based on original listening notes and recently having more time with the unit, as opposed to a whole new evaluation) I'll express things in a manner more accurately portraying the level of difference at work. Why? There are things about it that I have issues with, but it still performs well and while it doesn't shine quite as brightly as my first impressions read, it's still a very high performing unit. Also, that indicator can mean more than just "sounds fantastic". If it's doing something unusual, special, new, or that advances the state of the art, it could get the green marker for that as well. Says who? And were that the case, then DAVE would lose the (+) indicator as it is no longer the best thing I've heard, and it's not far ahead enough of Yggdrasil to offset it's price. That said, I may add an indicator for "does special stuff/is new" and separate out "superlative performance". Well, it's not going to make it less ugly, change my opinion that I prefer listening to it as just a DAC (using an external amp), that it's a bit of an ergonomic cluster, so those comments are going to remain regardless. And I doubt the macOS issues I have encountered with every Chord DAC have been resolved (unless there's been an "on the sly" update). I suppose it's possible I'll come to different sonic conclusions based on extended listening, which could result from simply being in a different state of mind when re-auditioning, but there's a reason I use a solid two-day list of music and listen, generally, over the course of a week. Anyway, that's a VERY long winded way of saying "we'll see, but don't hold your breath".