Howdy ya'll - in a bit of a bind and hoping to get some feedback. I've owned a pair of T50rp Mk3 for a little over a year now. They recently fell off of my desk, about a two foot fall, completely shattering the joint that holds the headband slider to the ear cup. I decided to spend the $30 to replace the necessary parts (after taking them apart and figuring out what needed to be fixed) while also picking up some items to mod the cans since I was already going down that path (total cost of about $70). However, after fixing the slider joint problem, I discovered the right channel was completely gone after reassembly...the wire soldered to the right driver had broken apart while I was putting them back together, despite my attempts to avoid this problem. I don't own a soldering iron, and buying one would put me further into the hole. And, at this point, I am just annoyed with the build quality and the fact that I am putting almost as much into fixing and modding the headphones as I did buying them. Is it worth attempting to fix the soldering to fix the headphones, or is it a lost cause? Looking at spending $90 for repairs and mods for a $140ish pair of cans. Thanks!