I recently got an amazing deal on a pair of DT1350's which I have coveted for a while as a closed back portable pair to complement my HE400i's that I've had for a couple of years now. I got the 1350's for use in public locations, studying at the library, walking to class, airplanes, etc. I absolutely love the sound they put out and really couldn't be happier except for the pain they cause when I'm wearing my glasses (Which I need for basically everything). And I also am not a fan of the fixed cable and the microphonics of the cable, but that's not a deal breaker. I got them in a few days ago and without my glasses on, the 1350's feel fantastic and don't bother me one bit and I can wear them for hours on end, but within minutes of putting on my glasses, I get a good deal of pain from my ears being pushed firmly against my frames. No amount of adjusting the cup locations stops the issue. So I have a couple of questions: Is it possible that with more use, these might stop punishing my ears when I wear glasses with them? I have close to a month left to decide if I should return them or not. Or what other portable, closed back options are out there that can compete with these without getting crazy out of my price range ($150, got the 1350's new for around $100)? I'm fine with used options as well. Looking for fairly portable headphones, no need for an amp, with decent enough isolation and a bit of a bass punch, on-ear or over-ear (can't do IEM's as I never could get those to work for me and gave up on trying). The 1350's really surprised me with their bass and I love it and I almost could want some more. I was looking at the V-Moda XS as another possibility. I listen to just about all types of music and I'm not picky about the details coming out in the music. Just looking for something truly enjoyable to listen too if I can't get these 1350's to cooperate with me. Any advice is welcomed!