Ok since no one else bothered to comment I will comment myself.
So far purchased
Ultimate Ears SuperFi 5vi $45.00
Ultimate Ears 600vi $55.00
Etymotic HF2 (Cobalt) $99.00
Ultimate Ears SuperFi 5vi
Has to be one of the best $45.00 IEM's out there. Clear and detailed slightly warm, clean tight bass, good sound stage, great fit, low microphonics, and a very good built in mic. This performs equally well for music and calls. Changed buds to the Comply comfort with the screens
Ultimate Ears 600vi
Jury still out on these, a bit too warm and the bass seems loose and sloppy. Seems to color the music way to much and I find it trying after a while. Sound stage is good but almost seems like it adds a bit of echo. The mic is excellent, low microphonics, good for calls, not so much for music, at least for me. This one kinda surprised me because others have rated these quite well. Changed buds to the Comply comfort with the screens
Etymotic HF2 (Cobalt)
Got lucky with these since they are discontinuing the colors they were steeply discounted. Really love these. Clear and detailed with a tight punchy bass (not for bass-heads like the Dre's) Music has wonderful separation and a great sound stage. They are very neutral across the range. Never get fatigued with these. They require a little more volume than the other 2 but plenty of headroom on my device (Nokia Lumia 928 which according to MS has the sonic quality of the Zune; certainly much better than my wife's iPod and son's iPhone.)
Low microphonics and has a slider to tighten the cord if you are moving a lot. Changed the buds to Comply comfort w/screens and they fit perfectly, have good isolation, and stay in very very well; however I am going to take Etymotic up on there $100.00 deal to have an audiologist make custom fit ear-pieces, according to ety adds another 12db of isolation.
Microphone is excellent and call quality is excellent. Performs equally well on calls as well as on music; which I find to be excellent.
For just under $100.00 you just can't go wrong ( at least in my opinion )
Note: the HF2, HF3 and HF5 are essentially identical the HF5 is without in-line mic, the HF3 is for iPhone, the HF2 is for non-iPhones
Want to try out some of the others one the list, and I would like to try the new $200.00 Klipsch IEMs that have been raved about on here; but will wait for them to come down in price.
I will update once I get my custom ear-pieces from Etymotic.