I found a pair of these on Craigslist and took a chance that I wasn't going to get ripped off; I got everything I was supposed to except for the outer sleeve of the box, so I can't complain too much.
I'd post some pics, but I guess I'm so new here that I don't have the proper permissions. If someone had a way of fixing that or wants me to email them the pics so they can post them for me, that'd be pretty cool. I got the white Miami bag, the extra ear pad covers for Miami/2014 /Armin VB. The extra screw in adapter for larger outputs, the R/L cup covers, the 93mm cushions (got my eyes out for the 80mm so they're a little less bulky when I'm not at home with them). Oh and the cable that comes with these is quite nice, twist-locks into either earpiece, is long enough that it's sometimes overbearing for walking around use, but I love that the coil is far from the cups (I can stuff it into my pocket when I'm listening to a portable device around the house or walking through town).
I don't think I've ever experienced music properly before wearing these. To use some of the vocabulary that I've picked up from Head-fi: they're not too bass heavy, but it will give a bit of punch with the bass bumped up, the sound stage is very well defined, giving ample access to pay attention to a variety of sounds going on all at once ( I mostly listen to EDM, but I also listen to some Alternative Rock, a small amount of pop (very small), some female vocalists, and some classical/remixed(edm) classical (Bond for ex). The vocals are quite clear even at higher volumes while the mids are present and bass comes and goes without being overbearing, I can't quite explain it, but I'll do my best as follows... There's a spacious feeling about listening to these cans, it's like I'm in a big room and each part of the track is clearly played, but from different parts of the room, so I can focus on each part, or just lean back and listen to it all at once. All the while, if someone's talking to me, even with these at about 60% volume from an ipod, I need to be tapped on the shoulder or w/e for someone to get my attention.
Hope my amateur review has helped a little and hypes these up for those of you still waiting on a pair!
All that said, they blow any other headphones that I've ever casually owned out of the water. My previously most expensive pair, however, was only the 100$ Zinkens by Urbanears and some lower-end on ear phones I picked up for ~50 from Radio Shack when I was a teenager.
Edited by zacheus - 7/8/14 at 10:40am