Furthering reading around on reviews and the like, anyone care to give opinions on the below products and also add their own recommendations? I entrust that some of the gamers here might have hands-on experience. I currently have an Asus Xonar card in the system, and in most cases, I have both Windows and the Asus program to use 5.1 speaker layout. However recently I have noticed a few games lose directional accuracy, forcing me to resort back to a headphone output. Which is fine, whatever works for that particular game, I will make the adjumstents where necesary. Having said that, I am not in the market for 5.1 headphones, like Razer http://store.razerzone.com/store/razerusa/en_US/pd/productID.169415500 I don't believe it's worth the money for a pseudo surround setup. Thus my main focues are : -General sound quality (treble>bass>mid range priority) -The construction (some of these headphones break so easily, Wharfdale comes to mind) -Battery life and how it charges These are the models I've given consideration to: Sony RF865RK http://www.sony.co.uk/product/hps-hi-fi-and-home-entertainment/mdr-rf865rk Panasonic WF950 http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_...less/RP-WF950EB-S/Overview/2509276/index.html Panasonic WF820 http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_...less/RP-WF820EB-K/Overview/2509143/index.html Sennheiser RS120 http://www.sennheiser.co.uk/uk/home_en.nsf/root/private_headphones_hifi_wireless-headphones_009920 -The Sony, Panasonic WF950 and Sennheiser all come about the same price. Only the WF820 would be there for the price discount. -The Sony 865 seems to have the best battery life and usage, giving about twenty-five hours use and only requiring about four hours charging. -Sennheiser RS120 seems most robust in terms of design, however Sony's one piece approach can be a double edged sword, while the Panasonic's look a bit weak. Unfortunately I have not found any of these on display in a store I could test. For now, I am leaning towards the Sony due to sound quality reviews, it's battery life/use and charge from dock as well as the ability to adjust the size of the headset. Any comments are welcome. Please also if you know of any phones that are wireless (of similar quality as the above) and come with a microphone, that would be super.