Yep, save yourself the trouble and go with a legitimate brand. They can be had regularly for about that same price, sometimes cheaper.
SanDisk brand, class 4, $21.88:
Polaroid brand, class 10, $19.99:
Martin Logan Mikros 90 On-Ear Headphones are a Newegg Shellshocker at 10am PST. They usually sell for $299, now $129.99
Ships in 1-2 business days
Spotted this on slickdeals - NVX XPT100 (FA-003, HM5, etc rebrand), with free NVX EX10 iems (presumably a Vsonic GR06 rebrand) for $99.98 shipped (+ tax in CA, KY) after coupon code "NVX100" at Sonic Electronix - http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_72928_NVX-XPT100-EX10S-Promo-Package.html
A brief stroll through the interwebs reveals
"This headphone is apparently a.k.a. Fischer FA-003, Yoga Cd-880, Digitech Pro Monitors, Jacar Pro Monitors, Brainwavz HM-5, Lindy Premium Hi-Fi, Studiospares M1000...clones from China"
Here is a good review on the Fischer
Another Non Vender Review
These are the same OEM as the Fischer FA-003 which as a megathread here:
Although, I would debate the "neutral champ" description of these headphones.
That guy is a vendor. I posted a second non vendor review.
This deal is quite tempting. Those IEMs sell for close to $100 themselves generally. So at $50 a piece its a nice deal. I doubt it stacks up against a HD650 or whatever that guy claims but for $50 I bet thhis is more than twice as good as say a Monoprice 8323 or the beat knockoffs.