About two years ago, not knowing squat about headphones, amps and such, I began voraciously reading forums and product reviews on every headphone site I could Google. Not having the advantage of actually auditioning the stuff (Best Buy is considered hoity-toity in my neck of the woods), I was at the mercy of any silver tongued reviewer who enthused persuasively enough to convince me to buy anything and everything within my price range ($1,200. more or less). I finally settled on the following set-up: Senn HD650 cans, Cardass cables, and a Musical Fidelity X-Can v3 headphone amp. Everything I read assured me that this particular arrangement was a synergy configured in headphone heaven. I would dissolve into audio nirvana as soon as my cables finished their break-in thing. So here's my question. Did I do good? Because I'm not able to compare my configuration with any others, I'm asking the more experienced forum members on here for feedback. What would you do differently within the same budget? I like what I hear. I'm happy. But I have that nagging feeling that if I only bought this instead of that I'd be soooo much happier. KnowhatImean?