Summary: These do not sound as good as my high-end circumaural headphones when driven by an amp. But, they sound great in mp3 players and such - especially if you like to hear the low end in your music. I got these on sale for ~$22. I'd easily buy them again at that price. The pros definitely outweigh the cons.
Pros: -Good balanced sound for most devices -Super-comfortable -Braided rope-like fabric cord cuts down on a lot of the noise normally heard when plastic cords rub against something (you still hear noise, just not as much in my opinion) -Comes with a little travel bag
Cons: One of the ear buds came apart at the plastic seam. I had to glue it back together. There's just no excuse for that. (-1 egg) Also, the foam on one of the ear buds is starting to tear a little. I don't abuse these at all. I'm trying to find a replacement set of foam pads to purchase.(-1 egg)
Summary: I'm not sure how it happened, but shortly after purchasing these, the left foam bud ripped slightly. Perhaps I caught it on something, I'm not sure. What I do know is that once the small rip was there, it gradually grew and grew until the entire foam bud was hanging off. The best analogy I can think of is if a tooth has a chip, the chip will grow and grow until there's no tooth left. So regardless of sound quality, these were rendered useless after a month of use.
Summary: FIRSTLY Do not make my mistake and make sure these are pushed far enough into your ears. If you don't the sound will be very tinny. Once pushed far enough in they are comfortable and the there is much more bass. SECONDLY the Amazon description suggests these are wireless, they are not. They are corded. I also didn't get the alternative foam plugs that other people appear to have received! They are the most comfortable in ear phones I have tried.