I was at the mall where there is a B&O store so I checked them out. My first impression was very much like the first time I tried an in-ear canal phone (er4p) Very screachy highs no low end Played with the positioning of the earclips and the adjustable posts and started to get much better response still with good detail. After fidlling for about twenty minutes I also strated to adjust the angle and depth of insertion. Yes I said depth, even though it is an earbud it requires a proper fit, very simialr to the er4p, e5c,e3c,e2c... (i'v tried them all) After achieving a "proper fit" with these ear buds you get great sound. Very deatiled and very good bass response. More on line of the Shure e5's with detail about the same or maybe better then the e2's. I cant believe how minor adjustments to these really effects the sound, but once you get the sound that you like the earclips and posts kepp them in place unlike other earbuds. They are extremely comfortable also.
I think that like in ear phones anyone who has tried them and did not find a full range of music was not getting a "Proper Fit".
That said I do not want to discuss if they are worth the money. That you have to decide for yourself in what you are looking for. I did not think any of the above mentioned in ear phones were worth the money to me because I coulnt wear any of them.