Hi guys, So I'm considering my next head phone purchase. One thing I've realised is that my musical tastes are constantly evolving, and thus my preferred signature tends to change with it. I used to prefer quite bass heavy headphones but for classical or vocals music that doesn't really suit. I'm now on the hunt for a new closed back but instead of worrying too much about frequency response my main criteria is it's ability to handle EQ. I figure if I can get something that handles EQ well I can tweak the signature to my taste. I intend to use the new Minidsp HADSP and the ears measurement systsem once it comes out. This should allow me to use FIR filtering which will address phase issues to a certain extent. The major issue will probably be internal reflections (reverb?). So I'm wondering, what makes a headphone EQ well? What measurements are a good indicator of ability to handle EQ? Does anyone have any examples of headphones that take EQ exceptionally well?