This headset is merely OK. Gioteck offers a EX-06 model for PS3 and computers that includes a nice travel case. This model, for whatever reason, doesn't.
Setup is very easy. A dongle does take up a USB slot on the PS4, but once you plug it in, the system immediately recognizes the headset. Apparently, however, an early batch of headsets shipped with defective microphone booms. Mine was one of them. I sent an online inquiry to Gioteck, who, to their credit, did respond fairly quickly. They immediately offered to send me a replacement mic - but it took them 9 days to get it in the mail. It was sent via USPS, which took an additional week to arrive here in Ohio. I haven't had a chance to evaluate the new mic yet.
The headset sounds fairly decent. Footsteps and gunfire in Battlefield 4 are crisp, but the low end is a little weak. The virtual surround is nice, but mostly just seems to make everything louder instead of more directional. All in all, it's a decent headset with the convenience of wireless connectivity, but I really had hoped for more - better packaging, service, and sound - for the price point. I'll probably replace these down the road with a higher quality set.
UPDATE: The second mic seems to have the same issues as the first. So at this point, the headset is for sound only. I've found some other quirks too. The "chat" volume buttons don't control chat volume at all - instead they control the music/sound fx volume. The buttons for music control on the other side don't actually seem to do anything. Pressing the buttons is an issue too. There's no tone to let you know that you've successfully muted/unmuted the mic.