Ahh... that's the problem.
I have around £300 to spare on the headphones, but I'm only a kid and my paper-round gives me £90 a month, so money is harder to get back for me.
I play around 70% competitive shoot 'em ups (call of duty) games, and 30% Adventure/Fantasy games.
I was thinking of getting the KSC75's for overall value for money they're £12.
Or I thought of getting the AD700's for £130, then buying thr KSC75's as well, because they AD700's have very little bass, and the marginally better Fun Rating (6 on the AD700's and 7 on the KSC75's :P).
Then by reading your review the AD700's get similar scores to the HD598's, the only difference is the 598's cost £200 (£70 more) so I ruled them out. But they I saw the HD555's for £90 on offer, I heard these could be modded to sound like the HD 595's; do these sound like the 598's, because if so the modded 555's would replace the AD700's duo.
Or then I thought if I want to have a decent headset that's pretty good for competetive gaming, and pro for general fun gaming just splash out and get the DT990's for £280, but that's a lot more dosh for what I can get.
IN SHORT- KSC75's £12/ AD700's + KSC75's £145/ HD555's Modded+ KSC75 £100/ DT990's £280.
Oh, and I will be listening to some music, pretty much all types apart from classic, county, techno and hard-rock.