Hello Greg (@PaleRider) ,
I would propose this cable as well:
The clock cable retails for around 100 Euros. Vovox is a Swiss cable manufacturer most well known for their cables geared towards the recording industry.
I improved on the cable provided by dCS with Sommer Cable. The change in sound was audible. More than I thought possible with a clock cable. Then I put in the above mentioned Vovox cable. Now I am content with what Vivaldi clock and Bartók do together. What my ears enjoy with the Vovox is the relaxed presentation, how organic the music sounds, how colorful it is, how micro timing just works. And above all else how it helps to open up the window to the intent of the musicians. When the musicians are in a playful mood and bounce sonic ideas off each other, that becomes palpable in a visceral way.
Very recently I swapped in the Van Damme assembled by Designacable in exchange for the Vovox. It went out again quite quickly. The presentation became more bloodless, more technical, more rigid. We are talking debatable changes that are also a matter of taste. The change for me was from just right to somewhat lacking. I guess it very much depends on what sonic result we optimise our systems for.