Summary: I use if for commuting in the subway and the gym and it fits my needs perfectly. Best sounding earphones for price to performance ratio. You need the perfect fit to get optimal sound quality from your earphones. Only drawback is that it gets a little uncomfortable after long extended uses.
Summary: The sound is nice and full l when I can get the earbuds situated in my ear correctly ... but this is largely a trial-and-error process. Maybe it will just take some more practice. Sometimes I can get a good seal, other times the earbuds pop right out. The sound overall is less spatial than my Panasonic over-the-ear noise-canceling headphones (which are still my primary headphones for at-home use), but the Shures are wonderful, lightweight alternatives for my daily walks...
Summary: The Shure SE 110SE headphones certainly sound amazing. I do not have much to compare them to, however I have owned a countless amount of $20-$50 headphones (all of which broke after 2 months) and the Shure headphone sure sound 110% better than all of them (no pun intended)! So far they work excellent with my Sony PSP and Gateway FX laptop. Somehow these headphones make things sound better than real life.
Summary: The sound from these headphones is excellent. I wouldn't call myself a full-blown audiophile but I do like to hear all the different layers of sound that go into a song. These are definitely the best sounding headphones I have ever purchased. Also, these block out sound very well. Too well in fact, that I won't use these at work because they block out all sound including my co-workers. The fit is just ok.
Summary: What a great set of headphones, honestly.
I've been through many different in-ear headphones lately, starting with the ipod headphones, then the in-ear apple headphones, various sony models and a pricey etymotic set and I have to say that these are the best pair for the price that I've paid.
I listen to a wide array of music, from folky Bob Dylan, to punk and hardcore and much "classical" music and these performed very well in all of the above categories.
Summary: These headphones are great for the cost (again, I spent $75 on Amazon.com) and I'm happy with the decision. They produce a cleaner, crisper sound than the V-Moda Vibes and Skull Candy isn't even in the same league.
The people who complained about a "tinny" sound or no bass, did NOT have them in correctly. I can't emphasize the importance of proper insertion enough.