Sure. If you have any specific questions let me know but here is a little review:
If you are mainly interested in BT and sound quality, I think these are a good choice. The blue tooth works really well, connects easily, and I really can't hear any difference in sound quality when i plug in vs. BT. In other words, the BT sound quality is great.
As far as sound quality goes, I haven't heard the others you mentioned but I can say the sound on these is great. It took about 5-10 hours of listening for them to really sound good (I wasn't super impressed out of the box). I have actually noticed that I think the sound is a little bit better with the NC turned on. I know this contradicts the norm, but it seems this way to me. I listen to everything from classical to rap and these respond well to it all. You can hear the subtle sounds of fingers sliding on the strings in quiet acoustic pieces, but there is also solid, well defined bass in heavier music.
For NC, there are definitely better out there. I haven't used them on a plane yet, but I did bring them to best buy and try them with the Bose airplane simulation thing and I could still hear some of the airplane noise (probably 70% reduced) but I didn't have music playing. I was curious to compare them to the Bose QC15 while I was there and the Bose cancelled 100% of the airplane noise, but the Phiatons did have noticeably better sound quality in multiple genres.
My only issue with the Phiatons is what I stated in the post. I really with these were over the ear instead of on ear. These are slim, so they don't look huge when wearing them, but they are on the heavy side (Bose Qc15 are much lighter for comparison) and they do hurt my ears after about an hour. In other words, I never forget that I am wearing them. If I can find a way to modify the pads, or even better, if Phiaton makes an over ear replacement pad (or more comfortable on ear pad) then I will really enjoy these a lot more.