Pros: Long Cable, Crisp Sound, BASS!
Cons: Uncomfortable after a while as are any
Well to start off lets list the headphones I am comparing these to...
Dr. Dre Beats (Studio)
Sennheiser EH 150's
Sennheiser HD 202's
Dr. Dre Beats (Solo)
Altec Lansing Back-Beats Pro
Monster Turbine In Ear
Dr Dre Beats
Monster Turbine Pro Copper
The design of these headphones is a clever design, the coiled cord was a huge advance from constantly rolling over my EH150 wire with my computer chair. Another weak point I find in just about every pair of headphones is the connections at the end of the cable. On these the end user is able to remove and put in a new cable which is a huge advantage in my opinion. The headphones themselves are a thick sturdy plastic with plenty of padding, they do get warm on your ears after a while but what do you expect.
The Sound I was quite disappointed with at first when plugged into my Samsung Infuse smartphone. I thought they were worse than any other of the large headphones I listed above. That is when I said well they are STUDIO headphones (So were the STUDIO Dre's and they sounded fine on this mobile device) however when plugged into my computers or any studio device they blew me away. Bass is incredible, if you like BASS STOP LOOKING these are what you want, FAR better than the beats. They have a warm sound to them. While delivering great bass they also have great trebles. I listen to a mix of music from jazz to some rap to hip-hop etc.
OVERALL I would absolutely recommend these to a friend, in fact I am getting them for a friend for Christmas. I would give these a lower rating for not working on mobile devices as well ie phone and ipods however they are specifically titled STUDIO DJ headphones which implies computer and on the computer they go far beyond their expectations.
OH and the big question YES they are better than Studio Beats!!!!!!