Beyerdynamic DT 1350: Split head band, they're very comfortable at work, they don't fall off when you look up, etc.
Sennheiser HD650 and HD800 here. While HD800 is more expensive/advanced but HD650 still is more neutral and preferable for some genres as rock/metal. I also tried HD 600 and strangely I love them not less than 650 and 800. Its frequency response is how music should sound as for my ears. I haven't buy them (yet?) because I already have 650/800.
Philips Fidelio X2.They combine the advantages of open headphones (which show up best with Grado cans IMO) with the ability to produce deep bass (missing with Grado cans).
I've counted owners (who have posted in this topic) per each headphone model:Sennheiser HD650 – 7 ownersSennheiser HD600 – 6 ownersSennheiser HD580 – 4 ownersBeyerdynamic DT770 – 4 ownersSennheiser HD800 – 3 or 4 owners (it’s not clear from posts)Beyerdynamic DT880 – 3 owners
I won't mind if I have to stick at my Sennheiser HD600s --- but I want a pair of HD800s, for their physical comfort, and for the fact that what is considered their fault seems to match that of my ears
If you counted me under HD600, please deduct and add one to HD800, as I now have a pair.
As for Sennheiser HD800, they are extremely detailed and have a huge sound stage, but they sound thin, analytical and less engaging to my ears. To get any bass at all you have to play ridiculous high volume levels. They do not play music the way it's meant to be heard. They are however very useful as a tool to reveal differences in formats and bitrates.