These are the best IEMs at their price and out perform Shure's SE215s. They are very flat response. However, at 4 and 9 times the price, that is to be expected. You get a hard neoprene case that is large and somewhat impractical, a 1/8 to 1/4 jack adapter, a large assortment of eartips, and an extra cable. My only complaints are that the silicon tips come off in the ear a bit easily (if this happens switch to a larger tip), they are not overwhelmingly comfortable, they don't isolate well at all without custom molds or foam tips, and their build quality is not great. They do offer very cheap replacement parts, however, at their website. They are a bit trebley, but they are fairly flat overall.
Final Verdict: There is nothing better for the price, despite its shortcomings. If you want something a bit better, look at the Shure SE range. I do not recommend the SE112 for this purpose, as it's not a true stage IEM.
These are great budget IEMs. They can be a bit harsh on the trebel, and sometimes vocals sound a bit robotic or un-natural if you will. For the price though, they are great headphones.