Hi. I'm looking for a good headset that will serve me well for music, gaming, and VoIP, and I'm hoping y'all will have some good advice for me. I've been through two headsets so far without luck and done a fair bit of research already. I've come up with the following requirements. We'll see what you can come up with. Must be USB. I don't want to mess around with adapters and crap. Must have an around-the-ear (circumaural) design. I have a big head, sensitive ears, and I wear glasses. Over the years I've learned to just stay away from any design that touches my ears at all. Must be under $100, preferably under $75. I've got a budget and I don't need a high-end system. Must have good sound quality for music. I do some online gaming, but it's mostly for music. Like I said, I don't need high-end, just good quality. Must have a decent mic for simple voice recording and clear VoIPing. I don't want a desktop mic cluttering my workspace, I would prefer it built into the headset. I work from home and listen to music pretty much all day, interspersed with Skype calls, and I do the occasional online gaming at night. My computer's built-in mic isn't cutting it, so I want some good 'phones mostly for music, but that will also get me decent voice quality. I'll be wearing them for hours at a time, so they need to be comfortable above all. I bought a pair of Razer Carcharias and was horribly disappointed to find I needed an adapter for the mic to work (I have an iMac bought in June 2010), and the sound quality when listening to music was distorted and horrible. I got them off eBay, so maybe they are just defective. I'm returning them. Live and learn with that whole experience, eh? The headset I'm using right now is a Logitech USB 350. It's OK (music quality is mediocre) but very painful for me to wear after about 10 minutes. I'm borrowing them as a fill-in until I can find something better. I've looked at the Turtle Beach set, but I've heard they have a persistent hissing noise, and I'm worried it'll drive me crazy after a while. Alright, what have you got for me?