Well, I've had some extensive work, both with the Advent wireless and Harvey's More Me headphones, and although I'd rather listen to the Advents (and have while working outside and walking around the property), Harvey's choice of heaphones for a cue mix make a lot of sense to me. For what he's charging, and the absolutely necessary extension cables, the headphones perform just as Harvey suggests. Fill a headphone cavity and it has different properties. Different fillers mean different properties, which is kinda cool because you can try and tailor a particular set to what a client wants to hear. The Advent wireless (something 70s) are just nice and there appears to be about enough radio frequency space to allow one to run the three mixes I was talking about a couple of weeks ago in another thread. After several dead sets of beyer DT990s and 770s from over-exuberant clients, I am seriously looking at having a number of Harvey's More Me headphones and at least a few more of these Advent wireless headphones. Thanks Tonebarge. Great pick. And thanks, Ricky Hunt, for turning me onto the purchase. -- Roger W. Norman SirMusic Studio Purchase your copy of the Fifth of RAP CD set at www.recaudiopro.net. See how far $20 really goes.