You may have already read this, but a dude posted a review over at Harmony Central that said this:
"I really like the sound of this microphone. It is definitely colored. I originally purchased it because it sounded better on my voice than any other microphone I have tried. I did direct comparisons with a Studio Projects C1, Rode NT1A, KSM44 and KSM32, and MXL 2003. In the past, I have used an AKG 414, Neumann TLM 103, and Audio Technica 4050 to record my vocals. The fact that this microphone sounds better on my voice does not discredit the value of those other microphones; it's just that the coloration of the microphone lines up with what my voice needs.
To describe the color of the microphone, it has something of an emphasis in the low midrange area. This can make different sources either sound thicker and warmer or more muddy, depending on what you're recording. It also has a little bit of high-end boost, as most condenser microphones do. It is a pretty smooth boost, with much less of an emphasis than most cheap condenser microphones, and no harshness to my ears. It is highly sensitive to pops, so a pop filter is a must on vocals."
Nothing too earth-shattering, but somewhat related, nonetheless.