I'm not very sick rich, so I have like 20$ Logitech headset on me.
LOGITECH PREMIUM STEREO HEADSET
== Microphone ==========================
It's astonishing how little background noise it actually takes, and the 0,1 dB bg noise it generates awkwardly comes only to the right channel... and if it disturbs the nitpicking, perfectionist kind of people like me, they should noise reduce (it doesn't sound underwater with Audacity). What I don't like about it is that it's made of solid plastic, so you cannot adjust it by twisting and bending it freely, it just rotates from the base. Free modifying is the feature that I would like on any microphone... for me, the mic is near my cheek, rather than anywhere near my mouth.
== Speakers ===========================
It's like, you put it on your head and listen to some music, and you'll fall off your chair because of the bass. Though, the bass and the poofy foam edges highlight all little errors and background noise, and all radioplays sound 65% worse. In addition, if you hang your head downwards (lookie, lookie, are those toes?) the headset slides and falls off because off it's own weight and looseness. But the bass and treble pays back all those thrice.
== Overall =============================
The turn mic on/off button on the remote is just perfect (it wasn't with my previous headset). It is just so weird that if you record with mic off, it still records background noise... Also the package was inhumanely impossible to open. I got at least 10 small cuts, sweat 3 gallons and broke my scissors trying to open the hard plastic pack. But I... a) ...think that this is typical Logitech b) ...digress.
Long cord, I don't know if it's good or not... but I'm certain that this is definately worth every cent.