Purely quality wise, yes. They have the clarity and punch that excels.
However, here are few cons. I'm excluding sound sig from this because that's matter of taste.:
1. Harsh upper mid. AKA sibilant at times.
2. Lacks resolution. AKA soundstage and imaging(mostly soundstage)
3. Lacks detail. But for $200 I spent, it's average. Just not as good as other merits H-200 has.
Comfort aside(I don't mind the bulkiness of the TF10s at all), could you listen to Snake Eater by Cynthia Harrell and give you impressions on how the H-200 delivers the song. Especially the vocals and brass, but also how deep the drums and how wide soundstage is.
Song's very close to what I look for in a good vocal track and I'm trying to see if the H-200 will fit me.