Well, my downsizing quest has hit my recording/mixing/mastering platform and I have downgraded a few key peices. One is the Dynaudio BM6A's are gone and sitting on my Sound Anchor Stands are now Mackie HR624's in their place. Today has been an adjustment day; just listening to known reference CD's and mixes and mastering jobs I have done. My impression of the HR624's after a day on them is positive. They are "sweeter" on the lows and highs than the Dynaudio's - which were extremely clean on the lows and highs with no fluff. I hear the fluff in these Mackies, but it is a great sounding set of monitors. For the money, whew, what a value. They have a bump on the low end that I have been messing with using their "whole space/half space/quarter space" switch. It sounds GREAT, but I know it is more than what is there. They lack some of the details I got from the Dynaudio's on top especially; but again they are very even sounding and somehow "softer" to listen to for extended periods. The spatial detail is full on excellent. The sweet spot to monitor is bigger than the Dyn's offered for sure. My ears didn't wear out very fast on these. Impressed. Next weekend I hand off my Benchmark DAC-1 and will be moving to the Lynx L22 DAC's in my card (which are very good) so again, another adjustment period coming. It'll be a few weeks of working on these for sure to get them. But listening to things, man, these do sound really good. Different but very good. It is all just a journey.