It seems like you are expressing your positive experience with a clock upgrade for your audio system. You mentioned the Harmonic Technologies Copper III BNC cable, which has provided a significant improvement in terms of increased resolution, transparency, and space between players. This upgrade has taken your Bricasti to a new level while maintaining the strengths of the DACs, particularly highlighting the midrange.
You also mentioned the LHY, which appears to be very receptive to cabling upgrades. Initially, you had a Gotham BNC cable and a power cord from Farad, which yielded satisfactory results but didn't fully unlock the system's potential. However, after switching to an Anti cables level 2 power cord and the HT Copper III (now upgraded to the silver HT III), everything fell into place.
You are currently running the LHY at 75 ohm with a square wave configuration, utilizing the EtherRegen. The LHY has six configurable outputs, and while it may not measure exceptionally well (specifically referring to the OCK 1), you believe that with the right cabling, the upgrade is unbeatable. It's worth mentioning that implementing the EtherRegen into your system might be necessary if your DAC doesn't have a clock input.
In summary, you are pleased with the clock upgrade and its impact on your audio system's performance, particularly when paired with the appropriate cables.