Hi all -- Not sure if I am posting in the right place, but you can snap up some Audiofly AF56 in-ears on Amazon for about $30 now (retail is $100) as long as you're okay with the "Vintage White" color. (I like it in that, with the brown ear tips and retro cord, it reminds me of a 1950s Fender amp.) The other colors are priced a bit more. These same phones were selling for $46 about a week ago.
Mini-review: I was pretty disappointed initially with the sound. Seemed way too boomy with very little on the treble end and not a great deal of detail. About 25 hours of burn-in later, I'm liking them a lot more. They've definitely opened up. They also seem to benefit from a slightly shallow insertion to let the high end breath a bit. They have a very good, secure, comfortable fit, so this isn't a problem. Bass is phenomenal in volume, but still a little less quick and precise than I'd like.
I'd say these are good $30 phones for exercising and using a portable source with less-than-ideal recordings. The high end is muted enough to tame harshness (unlike my Monoprice 8320s) without the "throw a blanket over it" effect (unlike my MEelectronics M6s). I think they're essentially what you'd get if you took my Philips SHE-3690s and improved the overall sound quality and appearance. Certainly not the last word in resolution, but if it's true that Audiofly's founders are musicians and aimed at musicality above all, I'd say they were successful with the AF56.