Pros: Extremely comfortable, lightweight, sound quality is better than most headphones around the same price
Cons: Ear cups can fall off, the head band is made of inexpensive material
I purchased the Bose Around Ear Triport Headphones, around a month ago, and started listening to them right out of the box. what i can say is that at first i was initially dissapointed by the weak highs and "artificial soundhing bass" because i had gotten used to listening to the skullcandy FMJ's and i was expecting a bit more from something that i paid at least 3 times more for. after using them for i while the highs started coming back down to earth, the mids were showing themselves, and the bass had cleared up quite well. i was surprised at the notable change in such a short period of time, and i realized that the more you used them, the better it sounded.
One thing to note though, when you play music through these headphones the sound seems almost too good to be true, in fact it sounds artificial. i discovered this when i was editing a video i heard through a pair of shure earphones and suddenely through bose everything sounded better. this may be good for the casual listener, but for experienced editors they may find it annoying.
In short, The Bose Around Ear headphones were everything i expected from something that was 200 dollars