Hello, I've been following the audiophile community for quite a while now, watching and reading thorough reviews on several headphones. At the moment I only have a pair of Audio Technica Quietpoint 50's ( ATH-ANC50iS) which have been worn to death. They were purchased for $50 on clearance at Wal-Mart because I had little money. I still don't have much money, but I do have more ways to earn some now. I really enjoyed these headphones myself, although the noise cancellation could have been much better, but they were the best headphones I've owned to this point (Not hard to beat, I've had $10 Sentry headphones and a Skullcandy Hesh that was bought at a yard sale). Through reading and watch the views (as well as listening to the headphone displays at stores and wishing I could afford headphones T.T) I think I'll like a slightly warm headphone with relatively forward but detailed mids though a little less predominant than the Sony WH1000MX3's. Anything sibilant sounding would be a deal-breaker for me (as a tubist I'm used to a lot of bass 😅). However, as a first investment into the audiophile community, sound signature is a little less important to me than detail. I would like a pair of headphones that can pick up quite a bit of detail. I have read a few reviews about the Onkyo A800's that seemed to point me towards it, but I'm too broke for those, my budget is more so around $250 as a hard cap (preferably under $175 though). My preference for ear style is Over-Ear>On-Ear>In-Ear (though I did recently purchase the Tin Audio T2's here on Massdrop). I also don't have access to any kind of amp, which is something I plan to invest in later. This will also be my first time talking with anyone in the Audiophile community (there aren't very many of us where I am, much less any place I can meet a local who's an audiophile!). Anyway, any suggestions (or commentary) is definitely welcome! Thanks much for reading!