Hello, My problem is that I brake headphones very easily. I have had bunch of Sennheiser HD-595, HD-550, Grado SR-60 and Koss Porta pro headphones and they usually last 1-2 years. Recently I just broke the frame from my HD-590 and the repair shop told me to send them in. Well, apparently they are not willing to repair them because the damage doesn't match their criteria for repair, whatever that is. Now I have tried to contact them to send them back for self-fix but they are not answering. This was kind of the last straw for me and I'm sick and tired of buying new headphones. You might say that maybe I should treat my headphones more carefully? In principle that's a good advice but I know I can't change my habits permanently. I'm a clumsy person, period. So I'm wondering if there is anything that is really made to last? So far I have really liked my Grado's soundwise and the frame is simple and durable (probably because the frame is so light the impact is so small when dropped) but the cords get twisted all the time. I don't get why they made the ear pieces rotatable? I demand my headphones to be drop-proof and have very durable cords. Are there any headphones like that and still be sound-wise about in the range of Grado SR-60?