Okay, well quickly, very quickly this headphone is becoming one of my favorite portables to date! I will try to temper my new toy enthusiasm, but the H7 is very, very good. I already know that I prefer it to the PM3, which I was very happy with. I actually hear the H7 as similar to the PM3 with less, but more articulate bass (subjective of course) and most certainly with improved treble extension. There is an effortless about the H7 and I like it's tonality which has a sumptuousness about it. Instrument separation is very good, sound stage may be better than the PM3 (although I do tend to struggle with sound stage as it is also recording dependent much of the time). The treble is grain free and I find that as a whole the signature really holds together well. Midrange seems well balanced and again quite nice. The built in DAC is very nice, I like the sound and detail level. The amp seems quite clean as well if a tad underpowered for people like me who like music quite loud. Still, I'll bet the majority of users would find the volume level output just fine. I didn't spend much time wired yet as I am going Bluetooth so worrying about wired seems to be a waste of energy. Still, I intend to listen more wired so as to provide some feedback on this aspect of the H7. The build quality and looks are quite high, PM3 level of quality in both regards. Actually, the H7 is better looking I think, but that is secondary to sound quality but still important. The comfort is quite good, I would say almost the same as the PM3. I have said this in other threads recently, but given just how good the quality of Bluetooth is, I can't imagine why I would ever, ever again consider wired headphones for portable. It makes no sense in the manner I use a portable, walking, crowded public transit, shopping etc. This is of course a very personal sound signature thing, but I would have to currently score the H7 as a solid 8.5 or 9 out of 10 on sound in the context of a portable. I'm just not hearing any weakness (I'm not saying there aren't any, but they certainly aren't obvious) overall it seems to be a nicely balanced and engaging headphone that still moves toward the contemporary sound camp that I like, bass emphasized, but not overblown bass that still remains articulate. This is of course very early on in my time with them, but I have already had at least 5 hours with them on and I have been using a wide variety of music so far and I'm very impressed. Maybe I shouldn't be, it isn't like B&O have no experiencing crafting decent quality affordable audio products. I know this isn't a common headphone on head-fi, but I would love to hear from others who have had a chance to hear the H7.