Hey all, I got the a-Jays four two days ago, and as a cheesy public service I'll give you a short, layman's review of the sexy buds. I'm no audiophile, so I'll make it concise with just pro's and con's. Pros: Cables don't tangle. At all. I cannot stress how amazing this is. Coming from Apple Earphones, the tangle-free cables are godsends. Sounds great. From what I've read, the a-Jays provide above decent lows and decent mids and highs. I must agree with the general consensus. Bass is there and feels great when it thumps in your ears. Everything from Daft Punk to Muse also sounds sweet. I also noticed that lower quality recordings sounded slightly better than previous earphones. Might just be a placebo effect though... They look sexy. They're like the better looking Beats by Dre. I'm a sucker for well designed products, and JAYS has certainly done their job in that field. Everything from the box to the manual looks sleek and sexy. Cons: Earphones aren't for diverse usage. They work ideally if you're on a bus or in class and want to get sucked into a song, but forget about using them while on a bike or treadmill at the gym. After several minutes of trying to get them in, I just took them out. I think that the heavy flat cables are to blame for this. Whenever I was lifting weights or doing stationary exercises, then the earphones were fine. They hurt my ears. For me, the earbuds themselves are too hard. There isn't enough silicon acting as a buffer for the buds, so my ears felt slightly irritated. If you plan on using Comply tips, this won't be a problem at all. Well, there you go. I can answer any other questions you guys have. I really do recommend these earphones. Some people have noticed static noises when moving the headphone jack, but I don't have any of those. The remote worked fine; callers said they heard me just fine, even when I was riding my bike on a moderately windy day.