Definitely!! Only had them for 3 days or so and they are just amazing. I previously owned sennheiser CX300's then CX95's which were good but nothing on these shure's!! At first they were strange to wear and they do have an odd shape, but after a few hours they are fine. Shame there are no foam tips - something which I would recommend in investing in.
The SE102's perform amazingly with all types of music, even when there is a song with say heavy guitars, synths, bass, drums and layered vocals they are all clear and well mixed. Something that to better would mean forking out for a decent pair of multi-driver headphones (over 100 quid for a something good!). The sound is crystal (and i mean crystal) clear, and I hear new things in most songs every time I use them (such as in Muse - undisclosed desires, the whispering voices in the second verse). I have been listening to Score by dream theater and the sound is just unbelievable with the orchestra just sounding brilliant, im amazed every time they are turned on. They blow the sennheisers away in all departments apart from the bass (where the shure's slightly lack. And i mean SLIGHTLY - not to the extent of older shure earphones!). I guess the lack of is due to the compromise of having such clear sound, which im not bothered about, and nothing a little bit of EQ'ing cant sort! The cables are also really sturdy and thick and I get no noise from then they rub on something. The noise blocking from these is great too, I cant hear a thing while listening to music, even when outside in a busy street!
Overall, for 60 quid - best bang for your buck you'll ever spend! If your looking to spend £40-80 on new earphones, GET THESE! Simple.