In a nutshell, this headset has good audio, but is so uncomfortable that it is unbearable to use.
If you take a look at other reviews on the Internet for this headset, you will notice that the main complaint is its comfort. Basically, it squeezes your head so tight, that after only a few minutes of use, it is hard to stand it anymore. I have a head size that is a bit smaller than normal, and even so, this headset was way too tight. To make things worse, the ear pieces, which are suppose to be circumaural and go around the entire ear, instead are so small that they press directly on most of the ear. My ears actually felt sore after using this headset. And if things could not get worse, they use imitation leather (leatherette) which feels exactly like it sounds - a strange synthetic material rubbing against your ears. With all the force pressing down on your ears, and this synthetic material, your ears begin to perspire pretty quickly and get hot. The headset is also very heavy, so if your ears don't kill you enough, the top of your head will start aching with all the weight on it. If it sounds like a bad experience, well that's because it is.
My first impression when opening the package was: man this expensive headset looks really cheap. The stuff that looks like metal in the photo is actually plastic chrome, like what you find on a child's toy. In fact, I don't think there is any metal used on the entire headset. It is all very cheap looking plastic. It feels very fragile and delicate. There is no way this headset will be very durable, especially if you do a lot of gaming.
The volume control on the ear cup is very hard to turn. Most of the time, I had to use two hands to adjust the volume.
The sound quality and the microphone quality are actually very good. But what use is that if you can't stand wearing the headset.
Instead of these, I would recommend the Sennheiser PC 163D which has great sound and microphone quality and is very comfortable (and they cost less).