Oh dang, I hadn't even considering the weight of such a monstrosity. I was going to say that comfort was usually one of Razer's few redeeming qualities, but I can't imagine how they'd manage to make 8-10 drivers comfortable for long sessions. But now to be honest, the more we talk about this hideous and impractical hodgepodge of low-end parts, the more I want to try it. It seems like SOMEONE out there could pull off a convincingly awesome 7.1 headset, but to really do it right would probably end up costing as much or more than existing flagships, which is already too rich for my blood. But here's hoping a company out there can prove me wrong!
We have a similar story of Razer headsets driving us into the arms of Audio Technica--hearing my friend's $80 AD-700s next to my $70 Razer Carcharias drove me to order the AD700s immediately. I was pretty furious with myself when I thought about how much money I had flushed on junk headsets over the years. I guess in a twisted logic, it was Razer's terribleness that started my genuine interest in headphones.