Pros: Comfort, decent sound
Cons: dullness, strange soundstage
They look cheap. The "silver" plastic is very bad taste. They are also too big to go around, unless you are one of those guys who like to show themselves with headphones bigger than their head.
They are Around the Ear, which makes them probably the most comfortable of the five on long term, and also gives them a good Soundstage, which is anyway ruined by the fact that it tends to come from behind. This is for me very disturbing. The sound should come mostly from the front and the sides, or from everywhere like if you are in the middle. But these Sony make the sound come a bit more from behind.
Also, they do not fit tightly enough, and according to how you move your head they leak sound and you lose basses. You can see the difference if you press them a bit against your head.
The overall sound is dark and dull. Too much upper bass and low mid, much quantity, low quality. But also if you decrease the basses and increase the highs (with an EQ) the sound remains dull.
In very few occasions I was pleased with them. But generally I was disgusted very quickly and I just put them away every time.
They are APTX, but Sony ships them with the APTX disabled as default. To enable it you must press a combination of buttons till the led blinks three times. In my tests the led blinked always two times, and I could only confirm the APTX via notifications on my Phone.
The best thing on these headphones is the carrying bag. Robust, a bit rigid, very practical and easy to put in a backpack crowded by many things. You can than slip the headphones in and out of their bag easily while the bag is there compressed in the backpack.
Another good thing on the Sony are the buttons. Two buttons for the volume, one lever for pause/next track/previous track.