Very very nice congrats I all ways thought about getting red cognac on K or U last. How is the color in real life? Can you use it a lot or would you say it's some thing you should have to fill in the gap. Some other pictures I have seen it looks very very bright red all most like mahagony.
I have a pair in Red Cognac and I do love them - but I don't find it to be a particularly versatile shade. Certainly less so than Bordeaux or Oxblood (which I also have). Red cognac is hard to peg - kind off an odd mix of red, brown and orange that is quite unique.
Now, less versatile does not mean that it isn't wearable - it's just the type of shade I would recommend as an addition to a well established rotation as opposed to someone just building their rotation. Once you are past a certain number of pairs, versatility in each additional pair is less relevant as you will have ample versatility within the totality of your rotation. You are certainly past that point.