So my cx-300 II Sennheisers just clonked out on me yesterday and I'm leaving to go on a roadtrip on this Friday. Ugh..haha. So now I've been desperately searching for new IEMs and have come to some serious confusion over which pair to go for. For a bit of BG info, I have a pair of Sennheiser HD 595's which I use regularly and love but I'm not looking for some IEM replacement to those. I'm more or less looking for a comfortable, better-sounding(than the cx-300), and preferably decent noise isolating set. Now my initial price-range was under $100 but after reading many reviews, the majority consensus was that it was worth it to go for a bit more then that so I've bumped it up to under $200. So, with that said, here are some of the options that I've found:
-Most popular on Amazon, pretty favorable reviews.
-Best noise isolation and nice clarity to mids-highs, though apparently lacking in the comfort, durability, and bass departments.
-Seems to be comparable to the Etys but with better durability and base?
-Kind of seems like a dark horse, unsure of the noise isolation, sound quality, etc.
-A bit over my price-range but I couldn't help notice the massive savings on it, concerned over the comfort though(lying on pillow, etc.)
So to all you audio experts out there, which of these would give me the "best" sound, good isolation, durability, and comfort for the $$$. Also, the music I listen to is pretty varied from the Glitch Mob to Ludovico Einaudi. Though bass is great, I think it'd be fine to trade-off strong bass for clarity on the mids and highs. Thank you very much for the help :)