I bought a pair. I figured what the heck since i was already in the market for some and all the initial reviews were great. I love them and my wife did too. If I had to chose I would take all 3 colors of these for the same price of one Beats headphones. I compare it to the D-BOX seating but for your ears. They did not have them in the Best Buy yet but when i went into my newly remodeled best buy last week they had SkullCandy right in the front of the door. It was the first thing you saw. They also had one empty slot that i think they are waiting to put the Crusher in. Once people try them at Best Buy they will fly off the shelf. If you would try them you would agree. Try to find one bad review. The only one on their site that does have a bad review was a headphone that he states had a manufacture glytch and that he will update once he gets the new set. Add in the fact that these come with a lifetime gaurantee. I dont want to be overly hyped but I am sold on their new vision.
I haven't tried the crusher but I use the aviators daily and for business (Skype etc...) and the clarity is clearer than any phone I own, so I use that and my computer for any business call. Other business headphones I've used in the past like Logitech etc, do not compare. And music and videos sound great with them. The product quality definitely came a long way under the Andrus reign as that was his focus. Let Alden and Darling tell the 'story' right and Skullcandy will be a consumer electronics winner. With the CEO's new vision I wouldn't be shocked to see this as a 10 bagger over the next few years. As usual the analysts will be reactionary and wait for the numbers. Remember they were all in the $15-$30 range until the first 'miss'. Even Jay Sole from MS who was the first to express any doubt about the growth story had his target 'lowered' to $15 and didn't update that until it was trading in the $5s. He's now at $8.