These Headphones are pretty good, but they definitely have their downfalls. I'm not sure if I got a slightly defective pair, or if all of them at like this, but they VERY rarely have an interference sound that is pretty painful. Also, if you are planning on getting a pair for 12-hour gaming sessions/ lots of time on your computer, they may get pretty hot depending on where you are and if you usually sweat a lot. Just today I had to clean the pads because they were starting to smell. If you don't usually that problem though, they should be fine.Now onto the pros, and there are far more of them:They have very decent sound quality. They also have quick access to different sound modes, such as surround sound, with the click of a button.Easy access to volume control. Just a little dial on the bottom of the left one. May get hit accidentally occasionally if put down on a desk wrong or something.Quick charging. These things go dead on me pretty often because I'm always forgetting to plug them in, but if I leave them plugged in while playing, after only a few minutes, if I disconnect them again, they're good for another 15-30 minutes.RGB Lighting. Some people like it, but others prefer not to have it. This pair satisfies both parties. If you want RGB lighting, it is fully customizable. If you don't want it, you can just turn it off and greatly increase your battery life. The manual details how to get/find the software and how to use it.Pretty good sound quality. At $100, you'd expect it, and these deliver. I've never had any problems besides the above mentioned rare sound interference that was likely caused by a loose dongle.All in all, I'd say if you are looking for a relatively cheap wireless headset, I'd say go with this one. It works well and is dependable.