I recently got to audition a copy of the Juice2 power cable as well, with similar results. It has looks to kill, with outstanding fit and finish and some very nice connects.
I actually love the original version pc and it took my system up several up several notches and eaisly surpassed the $300 cable i was using.
But the Juice2 has the same admirable attributes as the original but on steriods, I have increased dynamics and a low end resolution that is amazing.
I was listening to a hirez file of Trichotomy which has a lot of double bass and heavy kick drums, and what used to be slightly bloated lower bass was suddenly very clear and every note of the bass and kick drum distinguishable. The increase in dynamics is centered around the lower bass and midrange with no increased treble energy. This places one up several rows front and center and gives a fuller richer more "live" sound.
On Diana Krall with emphases on string bass and lower piano keys the attack and decay is more life like and yields a richer more natural piano sound. I am enjoying this increase in low end dynamics and it seems to have a positive influence on all ranges of music, classical is very impressive.
These results are based upon using the Juice2 on my ClassD amplifier, I am waiting on delevery of a new hirez DAC and will test that position also. For the increase in capacitance the cable is still completely managable and flex'es with no problem.
This is a very inexpensive entry into WyWire cable and has almost the same profound effect as his other cables. I love the original Juice but the Juice2 just does everything a little better, highly reccomend. Go Alex!!