Hi to all, I've been rocking the Tt eSports Shock Spin for ~2 years now, but a couple of days ago the left headphone fell off and, even though I tried tape, I couldn't fix them(lol, but seriously, they're unfixable). So I want to get either a new headset(although I tend to see a lot of people say these aren't very good) or a headphones+microphone. What I want out of the headphones: - Comfortable (I want to wear them hours on end without tiring/hurting my ears) - Durable (I don't want them to start having issues less than a year after I've bought them) - Good-looking (I intend to take them outside and use them with my tablet when travelling, so I don't want something that looks strange) - If possible, 3.5 mm What I don't need out of the headphones: - Amazing/Audiophile quality (as long as I can listen to music/games better than using my speakers, I'm okay with the quality) - Wireless (it's a plus since I have too many wires, but it's not mandatory) Also, I don't want earbuds. Those tend to hurt my ears easily. What I want out of the microphone: - No background noise (this has plagued every mic I've had and doesn't sound very good) - Average quality (I'm not willing to get anything like a Yeti. Just sayin'.) - The smaller, the better (as I don't have much space on my desk to begin with) - Good at picking up voice (self-explanatory) For now I'm looking into these setups: - Plantronics Gamecom 780 (I've read some good stuff about this one. The mic also sounds good enough for commentary. The only issue I have with this is that it's USB and I've read that it doesn't last very long(no more than 1.5 years)) - Razer(yea, yea, I know, bear with me) Electra + Blue Snowball (this combination seems pretty solid) - Steelseries Siberia V2 + Blue Snowball - Razer (...) Kraken 7.1 (Kind of like the Gamecom 780, but more expensive) My budget is 100GBP at most. The less the better. Thanks for any replies.