I recently went on a quest for finding some good earphones that didn't cost too much, I found some Ultimate Ears SuperFi 4 on clearance at best buy, so I got those and they were pretty good. I found that while they were ok, they were still lacking, so I also purchased some Klipsch S4 earphones, and those were better, but still not as good as I was wanting, and those were $80. So I was over at my parents house taking care of some things for them while they were out of town and saw my dads Sansa clip .mp3 player I had got him for christmas sitting there, so I picked it up and gave his earbuds a listen, and to my surprise they sounded downright amazing for what they were, some JVC HA-FX34 marshmallow earbuds, the ones that sell at best buy for around $20. They had the clarity, bass, and treble that I found was lacking in the other buds I tried previously, including my Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket 11mm drivers, which have a very exaggerated bass response. So I went home and found a set on ebay for about $7 shipped, and also went on to look at other higher end JVC earbuds, and found a set of their higher end earbuds that they sell for $99, model HA-FX300 for $35 shipped online brand new in retail packaging, and those are even better than the marshmallow buds, and I couldn't be happier. I'm still shocked that a pair of cheap JVC earbuds sound better than the much a set of Klipsch buds costing 4x as much. I guess you don't always get what you pay for. Maybe when you spend upwards of $300 you can get some really good sounding earbuds, but that's too rich for my earbud budget. Anyway I just thought I'd share my experiences with anyone who may be looking for some decent buds that don't break the bank.