HI forum! I'm coming off of a pair of M50x's that I've had for a few years that had gotten very uncomfortable over time. Some days I could tolerate it but other days I could hardly stand the discomfort. I think it's because they lost their clamp and now they sit on my head funny. They sit loose but the cups press tight so it's a bit miserable. Anyway, I searched around online and of all the closed-back headphones I found, the DT 770 Pro seemed the most well liked, despite their lack of portability. This is crucial because I'll be taking these from home to work daily and also maybe walk around with them on. I got the 32 ohm version because it has a shorter cable and can drive off of a phone so it's a bit better for portable use. I received them last night, and man I really really want to like these and I'm trying. They are still new. Comfort wise, they aren't as good as I was hoping, though better than my M50's. The velour pads feel great but they clamp down pretty hard. It's not bad at all though, and I don't feel like I need to take them off for a break, I can just feel them on my face when I wear them. Sound wise, I was going back between these and the M50x's, which I always liked the sound of, but now I'm realizing how hollow and dark they sounded. They Beyer's sound more natural, clearer, wider, drier. All good things. Bass reaches nice and deep, mids are good, and they are very detailed. But there's one major issue. The TREBLE is brittle and harsh! It makes bright masterings and some 80's music sound terrible. The highs sound clear but they sound really digital and cold, and 's' sounds on bright recordings sound very strong. It's not as bad on neutral masterings but on bright stuff the treble is on it's own platform above everything else. I'm hoping it's something I can get used to or something that will dissipate a bit over time, but in the event I don't I'm already looking for an alternative, in case I want to return these. I have one month. The ATH-MSR7's would be my next choice. They're under 200 on Amazon. More portable than the Beyer's for sure, sleek looking, and it sounds like they have a more neutral sound, rather than the V shape. Bass impact won't be as strong I'm guessing, but neither will the treble, which would be nice. Anyway, I'm wondering if anyone can share their opinions of both headphones, and if some here have both maybe they can compare? I already like that the MSR7 would probably look better on my head while I'm at work... Thanks! EDIT: So after a little more reading, it seems many find the MSR7 a little on the bright side as well. Not harsh, but I do prefer a warmer sound. In that case, I'd also like to throw the Viso HP50 in the ring. Apparently these sound great, detailed, and warm! The only thing is these seem a little less talked about, so I'd like opinions on these as well. Also, how is the comfort of these?