Anybody have both Herbie's Cone/Spike Pucks and isoacoustics gaia's

My Spatial Audio X5's sit on pieces of granite which sit on top of carpeting with a concrete floor under all of it. Am very happy with the performance I'm getting now but was thinking of getting some isoacoustic gaia's for my speakers because of all the positive feedback. Never heard of Herbie's audio products before I started in on my research of isoacoustics. I'm wondering if there spike pucks do the same thing as the gaia's do? There pricing is attractive. So I was hoping to hear from someone who may have had both and could give me there feedback.

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@gdnrbob, point well taken. My apologies. I let my mouth show a disagreement, my apologies. 
Feedback on this, Jerry Ramsey at Audio Magic has been developing novel products from innovative technologies for many years. Whether liquid conductor cables, or products ranging from Audio Fuses to Black Out Paint for circuit boards based on EMI/RFI absorbing materials, these products have been both successful, and to some extent, head-scratchers.

True to form, Jerry's latest creations, called CE Generators ("Clean Energy Generators" - $150 ea. or $399/3) are difficult to understand, but boy do they work.
@nyaudio98 ,
Thanks for posting that.
I hate being the heavy, but do so only when I think a poster will be put off or reluctant to post if they feel they're question isn't 'valid enough'.
I think we are all here to help others and have fun sharing our audio experiences.
I will chime in only because I used the following before getting the Townshend seismic podiums.  My room is on the second floor carpet over suspended wood floor.  I used the following: 1) Herbies gliders, 2) Spikes through carpet to wood sub floor 3) No spikes 4) Flagstone platforms with spikes and sitting on the carpet.  The Townshend was the only solution that firmed up the bass, decrease a bass node I was having, brought a larger soundstage and depth and helped place the instruments more accurately in the soundstage.  I bought them on e-bay direct.   
Quick update - got my Herbie's sliders yesterday.  Was looking for something to help tighten up a little bloaty bass.  Holy Crow, these things are crazy.  Soundstage is expanded, instrumental separation and clarity is bananas.  Very cool tweak.