While I'm pleased with the results, I personally discount this entire test. It is improper to have folks evaluate a cable sitting off axis seated in rows and rows of folks that change many aspects of the reproductive effort including but not limited to room acoustics, frequency response at a particular seat, sound staging, cohesiveness, spatial locational cues and other important aspects of the reproduction. It is these characteristics that a cable can have the ability to change for the better [or worse] more so than simply more bass or better treble.
If you don't believe me, invite a couple of your friends over and have them sit in front of your listening position that you must move over 6 feet off axis. Try that and tell me what you hear. You will be missing many an important aspect of the reproductive effort without ever having changed a single thing on your rig and the acoustics will be completely different.
In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.
The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to a good analogue reproduction.
Robert R. - "Did you see my North Korea analogy? I should have named it Carversite.kim"