Synergistic Red Fuse ...

I installed a SR RED Quantum fuse in my ARC REF-3 preamp a few days ago, replacing an older high end fuse. Uhh ... for a hundred bucks, this little baby is well worth the cost. There was an immediate improvement upon installation, but now that its broken in (yes, no kidding), its quite remarkable. A tightening of the focus, a more solid image, and most important of all for my tastes, a deeper appreciation for the organic sound of the instruments. Damn! ... cellos sound great! Much improved attack on pianos. More humanistic on vocals. Bowed bass goes down forever. Next move? .... I'm doing the entire system with these fuses. One at a time though just to gauge the improvement in each piece of equipment. The REF-75se comes next. I'll report the results as the progression takes place. Stay tuned ...

Any comments from anyone else who has tried these fuses?
I love this quote....can I use it?

"We do the difficult with ease, the impossible takes longer"
  for those of you that are interested in the audio magic beeswax shd fuse compared to the synergistic red fuse,  I have had mine going for a couple days now.  At first there wasn't much of a change in sound than with the red fuse.  After 2 longs days of burning in the beeswax fuse though I now think that the audio magic fuse is going to be something special.  It expands the soundstage, relaxes the presentation and most of all it just makes music sound more natural and real.  I only have 2 days on it so I need more time to evaluate it but I prefer it over the red already.  I have not tried a black fuse yet but may in the future.
Try this. Leave the listening room and have somebody swap your Special Fuses out (or not) and replace them with un-special fuses like something from Littelfuse or maybe Bob's Discount Fuse House…come back and listen to your rig…do this again a few times to see if you can tell when the fuses are different. I'm assuming the Special Fuses don't lose their "broken in" status when briefly removed (damn…there goes 170 hours!)…note the results. Did cello's feel less cello-like? Did the soundstage seem less soundstagey? I doubt any Fusers are going to do this experiment, but hey…you could claim to do it and fake the results to gain credibility among Real Audiophiles. Win win. Also, paint Jujubes silver and replace the tiny SR "transducer" dot things with them and try this experiment again, although this version may be flawed when it's discovered that painted Jujubes work really well in that role. I just think the damn things stick to my teeth too much.
Hi kedoades, 
The differences you note between the Red fuse and the Beeswax fuse is what I and others hear comparing the Red vs Black fuses.  I honestly believe that both (Beeswax and Black) are terrific and will always be listener and component/system specific. Enjoy!