All right then, let me see if I can get my head around voting as well. It's very early in the morning here, so please excuse me if I ramble on a bit.
I like how Tsachi's track is sounding very improvised - to a point where a loungy jazz trumpet on top would make sense. It feels very relaxed, and so is also relaxing to listen to. Formally it's still quite a mess though, - and could probably benefit from some more editing. Despite the conscious attempts to sound like shit, the sound quality is very nice (as usual).
Trebesche's track has some nice synth/pad work in there, but there's something about the way the voice samples ended up, that somehow reminds me too much about someone shouting in my ear in a club (the music too loud to really understand what he's saying - -although he's saying it very loudly). Despite my personal dislike for club-shouters, it's nonetheless a fun way to approach the "much dynamic range" rule
The beats are perhaps a little straight/quantized for my taste, but they fit the electro-like style nicely. I feel like the mix could benefit from some more low end elements, though, - like a sub octave double of the bass-line or kick, for example.
The synth-work on mnkvolcno' track is very impressive, with some excellent use of detuned voices. I suppose my only (minor) complaint would be, that the synths almost tend to outshine the beats now. Not that the beats are bad, the synths are just on another level. I really enjoyed the overall cinematic style of the track, so please take it with a grain of salt. It's very tasty stuff!
I/O's track is in a whole other direction, but is very good as well. I especially love the way the voice-samples have been transformed into something very different from the original. The rough distortion in the loud passages almost takes it into abstract noise territory, while the bizarre drum mix in the first half is just excellent, - feels almost like being lost in a dream. I love the dub-like effects as well.
I think,for me, the choice will have to be between mnkvolcno and I/O this round, - but since I/O's track seems slightly more coherent (although in a very different style), I'll go ahead and vote for that.