Conclusion: These are, beyond any shadow of a doubt, the finest headphones I have ever owned (disclaimer, I have never spent more than 100 USD on a pair). The treble is crisp, the bass has punch, the overall experience is like pouring milk and honey into your ears.
Conclusion: Very light and very comfortable while delivering a pretty linear response. I use these while playing my Roland TD-20 e-drums and they do a great job of revealing the timbre and detail of the cymbals as well as the punch of the kick drum.
Excerpt: Bought a pair for my girlfriend for her birthday, listened to them a few times, and went out and got my own similar pair (I bought the Grado Alessandro MS-1i, which are a similar but tweaked pair of cans based on these).
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Conclusion: I bought these headphones about 6 months ago. I had owned a pair of USB headphones before these and when they reached the end of their use i knew i wanted to upgrade and pay the money for higher quality sound.
Conclusion: After 6 months of using the Grado SR60i headphones, I am still amazed at the sound quality. Some have reported that they were not very comfortable; I guess this is subjective, and after a few hours most brands will 'heat' your ears anyways. Looks is a matter of taste, and personally I love them.