These are the best IEMs at their price and out perform Shure's SE215s. They are very flat response, but I'm looking into getting Shure SE315s or SE535s as they are a more comfortable design and are slightly flatter 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, 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, SE215, SE425, or SE846, as they are not as flat as these and are all more expensive. You want something better? SE315 or SE535.