I got my income tax refund. My amazing wife has given me her blessing to buy a new pair of Bluetooth headphones, since my Parrot Zik 2 are flaking black pleather crud all over my head every time I put them on. So, I've been overthinking this for the past two days and I wonder if y'all can help me? I prefer neutral, maaayyybe with a slight house curve toward the sub range into infrasonics. I'd also like to avoid pleather. If a cow or sheep didn't die so that I can have headphones, then what even is the point? Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless: I'm leaning toward the Sennheiser cans because with their app (if I've read correctly) whatever EQ I apply will stick (albeit only 3 bands). Available ANC would be a bonus. Hifiman Ananda-BT: I'd really dig the sound stage of the open-back Ananda-BTs if their DSP would accommodate a sticky sub-40 Hz boost. Also, I'm not confident in their durability over time. Friend of mine just had to replace a pair of HE-560s b/c one ear was intermittent. Still, do the benefits outweigh the complaints? These would be the closest to my Aeon Flow Opens I think, except I've EQ'd the dammit out of those with a miniDSP HA-DSP. Drop + Panda: I think the Drop + Pandas would have the potential to be more detailed than the Sennheiser's dynamic drivers, if only their DSP-tweaking app were more than vaporware. I prefer any equalization to stay stored in the headphones' DSP, but I suppose I could use the Neutralizer Android app if I had reasonable assurance it would only be temporary. Audeze Mobius: Don't know much about the Mobius, other than I like what I see in its measurement graph. Honestly, they lose points for their urban styling though. What do you guys think? One of these, or is there another I should be considering?