I am posting this message to see how much it may resonate with SBAF members who are also eager to have an EQ interface that is as easy to use as the Mini Loki but more powerful. If many members want it, Schiit might bring it to the market sooner. I have had the Mini in my headphone audio chain for over 6 months now. It works very well with some of my headphones. For instance, I like the results of using it with the 1266 CC, which is known to have peaks at 1K and 7-8K Hz. For tracks other than the classic music, the peaks can be a little too bright and fatiguing. Using the Mino to dial down the 7-8K Hz peak can help reduce that effect to my liking. Though the Mini does not have a 1K Hz button, using the 2KHz adjustment works well to a good extent. Another headphone working well with the Mini is Stax Nova Signature. When I listen to these headphones, I increase 400 Hz to give more body to the sound and 8K Hz to hear more details. With the Mini to fix the FR, these headphones have become my favorite among 5+ Stax headphones I have listened to. For $149, the Mini is a great effective tool to make the 1266CC and the Nova quite a bit more enjoyable. The Mini, however, has limitations with my other headphones. For example, it cannot attenuate the 100 Hz mid-bass pump of the HD650 because the frequency is far between the 20Hz and 400 Hz bands that the Mini has for adjustment. To my ears, it does not work very well with the HD800 either. Even with the SDR mod and Bill-P’s work, plus a Draug 2 aftermarket cable, my HD800 still sounds spikey with many tracks. But the Mini does not have a 6KHz button for me to precisely dial down the 6KHz peak. The treble plateau (6-8KHz) is too much to deal with the 8KHz button alone. Although one may argue that with a slight adjustment of the 8KHz button, the Mini will have a wide band effect covering 6KHz. But the 800 needs more than a slight cut in that range and it effective band gets narrower when you dial down the 8KHz. One can imagine that we will need an EQ to precisely fix the FR deficits of many other headphones. BTW, with headphones, I have not found any use of the 20Hz button of the Mini. For a 10+ bands EQ, I would like to see that it allows separate adjustment for 100, 400, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K, 12K, and 16K Hz. I’m willing to pay up to $1K for such a tool from Schiit.