So, there's a tradeoff that I always hear across the board, whether the cartridge is MM, MI, LOMC, HOMC, (and others) and that is that the lighter and finer you track the more agile the cartridge becomes at the high end, but it also loses bass authority and dynamics. Dynamics seem to be emulated in a different way, but punch is lost. This could be an arm matching phenomenon. Perhaps featherweight arms like the Infinity Black Widow or the Mayware may help in this regard. I've never heard one of these, but I hear the same situation with P Mount, too, which also involves a light arm and compliant tracking. Might not be a fair comparison, though. I've also got the very light arm that's stock on my Philips 312 and I notice the same thing, but again, probably not a fair comparison to an IBW or a Mayware. When you install a DJ cartridge, the high end response definitely diminishes, but dynamics and bass improve so much that it's easy not to care about the loss of shimmery high end. The high end is good enough and dynamics are astounding, as in earth-moving. Speed is also drastically increased. Light tracking, high compliance cartridges can sound a bit sleepy in comparison. However, I do think the D6800EEE-IIS is a great match for modern jazz. With that kind of music it is lively, lithe and articulate and silky smooth--probably the silkiest I've heard across the board and with more dynamics than a comparable Shure.