Pros: Tight/Fast Bass, Very-detailed, Musicality, Instrument Separation, Beautiful/Unique Design, Build Quality, Folds up, Inline Volume Control.
Cons: Slightly thin mids, unnatural representation, Coloured-sound, Loose Bass.
Did not like the B&W P5's b/c of their dark/bloated sound but the P7's changed everything! It may be because it's not an on-ear headphone like the P5's that "muffles" out the higher frequencies, I don't know. But regardless, these have an exciting, detailed, and dynamic sound that is sure to satisfy ALOT of people. Some disadvantages the P7's face is it's slightly thin midrange and unnatural representation. The soundstage is great for a closed headphone but that means nothing because the representation is very unnatural; and it sounds somewhat synthetic because of the boosted treble. If you want a portable headphone with a more accurate/natural representation along with a more euphonic midrange while not sounding overly thick and still maintaining good PRAT, get the PSB M4U 1's instead. All in all, these are still one of the best portable headphones currently available! Highly recommended.