Typically reviews aren't meant for showing off other products...so I try to refrain from "advertising", but comments are a good place for discussion.
I would say if you want the studio sound quality these are marketed for, you are better off buying a studio headphones and buying a mod mic. This always seems to be the simple answer to maintain quality sound AND a decent mic. That was a strange product I reviewed a while back and kinda scoffed at the idea originally. Still have the darn thing for this exact reason.
If you want to argue staying exclusive to "headsets" -- from personal experience I'd go for Pulse R or Vengance 2000 which were both less or equal to the price at release. Though the Vengance were wireless which is added feature to some, or serious drag to others.
These are just really expensive for what they are. The specs for the drivers is impressive, nice and efficient -- but the sound quality doesn't come through.
It's always a hard argument, even when I write these reviews, why can't I buy a headset that sounds as good as my $30-40 headphones that just happens to have a mic?