I missed wireless and glad to be back. I rocked a G930 for a long time, before getting a Sennheiser PC37X. That was a great headset, great sound, so comfortable, awesome mic, but it was wired. After time and constantly running over the wire, I had to try going back to wireless.The Cloud Flight has no set up required. Plug in the USB adapter and turn them on. They are really comfortable for long gaming sessions and have awesome battery life to keep up with them. In the summer on a hot day, it does sweat a little, something I don't get with cloth ear pads, but these are like a faux leather or vinyl type material. I'm curious on long term wear on them, but for now other than the slight sweating on hot days, they are great. They get really loud without having any sound issues as popping or crackling. They are also better for PUBG than my Sennheiser's were and I am able to hear footsteps further out.The not so good. I wish they had software so I can adjust them, but I don't really need to much, the main thing is wanting the LED lights off by default. When I turn them on, I need to double tap the power button to go to the off setting for the lights. This is the position they get 30 hrs of battery life. If they are on, it's closer to 16. I can't see them when I am wearing them, so what do I care about having lights on? So that's minor and so is the other issue, the microphone, It's not as good as my Sennheiser's were, but that was to be expected. It's a notch down from them, but my friends can hear me fine, I'm not just as clear. I did have to toy with the settings to get them to my friends liking (noise supression, echo, boost, etc), but now no complaints from them. I love that it easily is removed (the mic) too.