To get straight to the point, I am looking for something with a crisp, wide response and a shallow V sound signature, an in-line mic (in line controls for Android, if the manufacturer makes the distinction), above average build quality/durability, and good, but not air-tight sound isolation (I don't want to hear the guy hawking papers, but I do want to hear traffic and sirens). I'd like to spend under $100, but I'd consider options up to $200-$250. I wear them primarily on my commute (in and out of midtown Manhattan) and at work while listening to streamed or cached music from Google Play and Rdio, so I recognize there's a ceiling to how good anything can sound, and would rather not pay for performance I will never get to realize.
I've had a pair of UE 5 Pro's (before Logitech) which were probably my favorite headphones that I've owned, a pair of TS02s which I liked, a pair of RE0s which I liked well enough but was very disappointed with quality and customer service, and my current Phonaks which are in the process of dieing on me. I was thinking of getting another pair of TS02s, but wanted to drop by here first to see what else is out there. Any ideas?