First of all, for those who baulk at paying £30 for a headset, it actually works out cheaper than constantly replacing the low quality, flimsy wired ones. 3 have broken on me. (I was extremely careful with the last two, always storing it safely and handling it gently.) At £13 a time, I decided i would not waste money on another for it to break in 6 months, so I splashed out on the wireless. All in all, it's been a good buy. It's light and durable, with good sound quality and comfortable fit, it doesn't echo like the wired and hasn't broken on me yet. (Had it for a year). The downside to it though, is the pitiful battery life. If like me, you spend hefty chunks of time online, talking to other gamers, then you will run this down surprisingly quick. I'd say it gives between 3 and 4 hours. It takes too long to charge considering the small amount of time it give you and if Microsoft are to make an improved version, battery life is way up the list. Luckily, it's easy to charge, slotting into your 360's USB slot, charging even when the console is off. A good headset that is definitely better than the wired, but be prepared to charge this a lot or you will be disappointed.