Hey everyone, I posted this over in the recommendations thread and got absolutely no response whatsoever, so I must've been in the wrong spot. Anyways, I'm looking to get my first pair of real audiophile over-ear headphones, and after doing my research, comparing specs, and reading user and expert reviews on such cans as the Beats Pro, Klipsch Status, Sennheiser Momentum (& 2.0), and Sony MDR-1R/1A, I settled on getting a pair of V-Modas. The only issue is, in light of the recent release of the Crossfade Wireless model (which supports BOTH bluetooth AND wired capability), is the sound quality improved over the M100s such that they are worth purchasing independent of the bluetooth function? The real focus of my question is thus whether, plugged in, the Crossfade Wireless have any positive or negative differences as compared to the M100s. I've read that the primary difference between the two is that the Crossfade Wireless have a more prominent bass (which seems hard to believe given the overwhelmingly positive reviews the M100s received on this aspect, but which sort of makes sense in light of the 107dB sensitivity of the Wireless vs. the 103 dB sensitivity of the M100s). But I can't seem to find any other real differences noted. From personal experience can anyone put in their 2 cents on the differences between the two (if any), and which you would recommend I purchase? If it helps, I mainly listen to alternative rock (e.g., a day to remember, blink 182, senses fail, taking back sunday, etc.) and rap/hiphop. Thanks much!