Hey. So, I have some Shure E4c headphones for my iPod. The sound quality of these things is fantastic.....when they stay in my ears. I've tried all the combinations of foam/rubber/plastic things that go on the end that you stick in your ear. One of the sizes works real well, and they just sound amazing (for $350 CDN I hope so). Anywho, I just find that they tend to work their way out after a bit, and then of course they sound like crap (very tin like and annonying). I'm always re-adjusting them, pushing them into my ear, and it lasts for like a few minutes, then I have to adjust them again. And this is not from jogging or sports activities, this is just sitting on the train. I've tried running the wires up over my ear to reduce the jiggling of the cable, and a variety of other positions and what not, but nothing seems to keep them firmly in my ear. So, just looking for some advice, or if anyone else has experienced same thing, and can offer some tips. I'd like to try to make them work, as I spent some good dough on them. I could sell them if I have to, but I will not get what I paid for them, so there is a loss there. Also I would prefer wearing this style as I would rather not to have big 'muffs' on my head while commuting to work ( but I will if that is the only way I can get good sound). I had the stock iPod headphones for a while, but found they started to hurt my ears after a while, and the quality was not that good. That's about it. Thanks in advance for any help.