Pros: Just a heads up for folks. There is now a newer model (S4A II) available direct for the same price and it appears that Klipsch controls the retail price as the ones listed here are also $99. Don't fault Newegg for the the price.
Pros: Gorgeous sound, clear highs, deep lows. Exactly what you would want to hear from 100 dollar headphones. Sound cancellation is pretty good from fitting in your ear well. Earbud design is nice and rests inside my ear like I've never had before.
Cons: I love the idea of the app and I really want to encourage the developers to fix it for every phone but the app will not work on my CM7 Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant. That is why its only 4 eggs. The sad part is I specifically checked if they discluded it and only discluded the captivate, the AT&T version of my phone.
Summary: The sound quality is good, but you can't control the volume when using it with a Galaxy S3 (software not fully compatible). Most disappointing was that the left earbud stopped working within a month and a half of use. The headphones were replaced in store, but, again, the left earbud stopped working within about a month and a half of use, and had to be sent to the manufacturer for replacement.
Summary: The sound on these is great but they won't stay in my ears, despite trying all of the different sized ear pieces that come with them. I have always had a problem with earbud styles staying in my ears, but the guy at F.S. assured me they're the best. Needless to say, they aren't working for me so I'll have to buy a different pair that will stay in during exercise. Pretty disappointing.
Summary: I bought these in April, and a friend of mine bought his a few weeks after me based on my recommendation. The sound quality is exceptional with these headphones, whereas the build quality of the cable is less than par. Less than 2 months after purchasing, both mine and my friend's headphones stopped working. The left headphone started to crack and just stopped working. Partial sound would come out by adjusting the cable but eventually there would be no sound.