The first thing I would tell buyers of these headphones is that the 3.5mm plug is inside of the 6.3 DJ adapter. The larger adapter, which comes standard on the headphones from the factory, screws off to reveal the smaller and more common 3.5mm plug for your laptop, iPhone, iPod, etc. The cord for these headphones is ample and stays out of the way due to the coiled portion 2/3 of the way to the input. The cord feels solid and does not feel like it will break or tear. The headphones themselves are relatively comfortable, although after having them on my head for about 4 hours now consecutively, they are starting to cause some discomfort just over my ears where the ear cup meets the head band portion. The ear cups are pretty cush and definitely fit over the ear. They are not as deep as other headphones (the Nixon Master Blaster being an example), but don't stick out as much and look as awkward on as a result. There are numerous adjustments possible with these headphones as there are numerous pivot points which allow for dialing in the fit to just about anyone.
And of course the most important part - the sound. The bass is definitely booming with the 57mm Power drivers. The mids and highs are clear although at the highest tones I feel these headphones are lacking a bit for the price.
Overall these are high quality DJ style headphones at a DJ style price, but they are not absolutely amazing and did not blow my socks off altogether. I like the stylish look to them and dig the brand so I will be keeping them as they do sound quite good, but just not amazing.