I'm in the market for some (full-size, preferably) headphones in the range of $80 to $120, but I can go up to $150 if need be. I'm primarily looking for headphones that provide a comfortable and great sounding listening experience. I will be mostly listening at home, but the headphones should be durable enough to carry around occasionally as well.
Basically, I have no idea what headphone type I favor, so I'm open to suggestions as to what type is best for me. I tend to listen to classic rock, punk, or bass-heavy genres, and I would likely be using the headphones for mostly sub 320 kbits/s audio in music and games. I also play bass and guitar so it would be nice to be able to have good quality for monitoring on occasion.
I don't have a decent separate amplifier for the headphones as I either listen to my iPhone's or iPad's analog output or my new laptop's decent sound card USB and line out, and I would prefer to spend the extra money on the headphones now. I can get an amplifier in the coming year or so if need be.
Currently, I'm looking at the Shure SRH440 and the Audio-Technica ATH-M50 for good closed headphones ideal for monitoring. The Grado SR 60i and 80i look nice as well, but they are open style so maybe they wouldn't work out well for monitoring near any mics. I'm open to suggestions as to what headphones to get, but I would prefer to have full size headphones.