I had just such an amazing dream last night. It was one of those dreams where your concious was just awake enough in to even remember it up to now. It was a lucid dream but boy it was good. It wasn't a wet dream but something out of a shoujou.
Dreams don't make sense and I can't make parts out of everything but here goes, I am with friends (I don't know who they are actually, the faces in the dream don't match anybody I know) and then all of a sudden the dream takes a spin. I am in some hostel or something still hanging out. Days pass in the dream and then I am left with this girl. I don't know who she is, but in the dream I loved her. And suddenly she was ripped from my arms by some police group. Time skip again. She is held in this huge tower. Kinda like a large hotel or corporation building. I then go inside and ninja my way. I karate chop everyone and beat up everyone before finally reuningint again.
That was basically it. It wasn't that the dream was good but the sensations that my brain showed me. I now know what they were from and that was from all my experiences. Beating up the guards followed a pattern that I extensively used in Bioshock and Dishonored. And the story of the lost not found was very similar to Chris's route in that AVN I played and also of SAO's where you don't know where the damselle in distress is exactly but you know you have to go.
I have thought about lucid dreaming a lot and am now deciding to pursue it. I want to have control of my dreams. It was so fricking awesome.
That doesn't beat a dream I once had, here it comes:
I've had a dream fully in minecraft graphics style, and also one fully in anime art style (generic, not detailed enough recall to name studios and dates). Those were epic dreams.
To be honest I don't think headbands matter that much. Pads are weight of cups are very important, but the headband is not. I'll give you my take on three headbands to which I'm very used:
HD650: AWESOME. Seriously, comfort like that can't be beat. Good on long term and short term wearing.
Stax SR-202 / any lambda: The feel of the headband itself is really good, but they don't support the weight of the cups very well. This makes it more uncomfortable at the ears because of the relatively high pressure of the cups around your ears. Good for short term, but it gets itchy and sweaty for long term use, especially with (faux) leather pads.
HD 25-1 II: Very good. Tight, but comfortable. Although less comfortable for long term use than the HD650.