Massdrop Version of Sennheiser HD 25?

Has anyone at Massdrop thought about creating a collaborative version of the Sennheiser HD 25? Team members could confect a dark blue plastic model, or finesse and fine-tune the HD 25 Aluminum (not the Amperior; I'm talking about the proper HD 25 with fully detachable cable, etc.).
Comparison review king |Joker| of TheHeadphoneList gives the HD 25-1 his highest rating ( I once spoke with him about his background as an audio engineer because I'm an old-time studio musician who has found that the HD 25-1 might be the only DJ headphone that can be used in studios for basics and overdubs. |Joker| seemed to agree.
I'm always recommending versions of the HD 25 to friends. It would be nice if I could bring those friends to Massdrop on the strength of a special edition with a reasonable price.

Mar 9, 2021
+1 on the HD 25 Aluminium!
Jan 5, 2020
i just found a interesting design group called loco-noise. if MD wanna do a special version of hd25, better do some special mod like this to make it looks unique.
Nov 20, 2019
I would love a adidas version like the one that was released around 2012/13. I purchased the HD25 1-II and the HD280pro few days ago and both are amazing headphones. I simply would love the blue on black of the adidas version. I would buy it in a heartbeat as now impossible to find anywhere.
Apr 25, 2018
Would prefer the HD-26 myself.
Dec 28, 2017
I was just about to start a thread on this same topic & saw this!!! I have an original pair of HD 25's the I just recently refurbished. New velour ear pads & a 1.2M cable with in-line remote for portable listening via phone. It makes for a truly durable, high quality audio option when on the go. The fact that all components are user replaceable is a bonus. I would rather a short, straight cable as opposed to a coiled one but other than that, it's a great idea for a drop! Don't need it to be the Plus version either.
Dec 24, 2017
Would love to see an HD 25. Personally, I'd like a version of the HD 25 Plus, with coiled cable and velour ear pads, which is my go-to for DJing.