Hi Guys, I have a live video stream show this weekend and Ive been lending a pair of in-ear (demo models) from a friend to possibly use instead of headphones, needless to say im sold. I really like the sound. Here comes the kicker, I dont plan to use them for live situation, at least I dont think I would, Ive never had an issue with live monitoring and like hearing the rumble of the bass amp and the drums, love the feel. So Im essentially looking for a pair of in-ear to use around the house for practicing and home recordings, and i guess for live video shows like we doing Saturday due to lock down. The problem is Ive been spoilt (I think) as the pair I borrowed are quite nice, they are the UE UE4 pro series. Im looking to get my own and Ive shopped around a little Ive found the following in my price range Shure SE215 Sennheiser IE 40 PRO Fender FXA6 While I know the Shure and Sennheiser are entry level in the price range of around R2000 (South African Rand) the Fenders are quite more expensive, Ive managed to find them at a clearance store for about the same price as the Shure and Sen's. Im quite keen on the Fenders as Ive read they have overall good sound quality and very nice bass (on the verge of over-exaggerate) but it feels good to know they handle bass well. One the other hand Ive seen many reviews of people having issues with them and having to return them etc, also from googling they seem to have a big profile and you can easily see them coming out the ear from the front? Also they dont have a clear colour option, only black is available from the store. While this may not be a dealbreaker as I plan to use them for home use, I kinda dont want to rule out the option of using them live, to which I would prefer them not to be seen. Apologies for rambling on slightly but any insight on these options would be greatly appreciated.