Those of you who have bought custom colored HD800's from colorware, just wanted to know if it was worth it? Do they do good work that will last? I'm thinking of getting a custom colored HD800. After messing around with the paints, I can't even look at the stock HD 800. I know it's all about how they sound but I thought getting them painted would be a good idea since the stock ones chip pretty easily from what I have heard.
I had been planning to buy some custom HD800's from Colorware, but ended up saving some money and buying an older used pair (with a bit a chipping no less). I may eventually go the Colorware route still. I believe Maxvla has had his all-black Colorware HD800's for a while, and there was certainly no chipping when I saw them in person. They looked great, and it seemed like the finish would be more durable. Seeing one in person definitely did nothing to dissuade me from going the Colorware route. If I hadn't suddenly got the urge to try to conserve money, I'd be waiting on a custom job from Colorware right now.