Summary: I am not disappointed and I would recommend them to anyone that asked.
Pros: A-, Very light weight and comfortable. They block outside noise extremely well. The headband extension area is very tight and securely stays in whatever length you choose. Metal hinges for durability. They reproduce low frequency bass tones extremely well. The mids and highs are also very clear. ...
Cons: Mids and highs not quite as loud as some may want when there is a lot of bass tones in a song. In other words, if the song has a lot of bass it can somewhat dull down the mids and highs, but it is by no means a problem for me. I suppose for $180 you might expect it not to even be a noticeable thing.
Summary: Hype aside, these are good headphones and the price can't be beat (pun intended!).
Pros: Compared to similar brands, these headphones are comfortable (not tight fitting) and sound really good! The bass isn't as overwhelming as some others have said...although I'd describe the sound as "natural." Natural to some people is "flat" or "muddy" as I've come to find out.
Summary: I mainly listen to rock and metal, and these sound good as far as I have used them for. Drums sound real good. Pop, techno, and R&B sounds great. They look cool :P Recommend to serious music listeners
Pros: I can hear everything in a good balance. The bass is clear, and doesn't drown out the mids or highs. These are really good headphones, and listening to old songs sound new with all the other elements being clearly played. Cable is thick and doesn't tangle like your typical earbud cables.
Cons: Uncomfortable after wearing for 4+ hours, haha. The control talk to pause and control volume doesn't work with my Zune HD, but I kinda was expecting that. Pretty Pricey.