And they sound pretty good!
I love the build/durability/accessories they come with, Audiofly do some great attention to detail.
They are quite easy to fit, comfortable, have virtually nothing in the way of cord microphonics and.... they sound great!
Warm and punchy are the two words I'd use to describe how they sound, this makes the AF140 quite well suited to contemporary music including rock/pop/funk/electronic etc. They have a groovy musical sound to them that's really quite fun.
In other words : bass response is solid, quite well controlled and has good kick to it while managing to go quite deep. Midrange is smooth and clear, although the bass response can be a little more forward at times. Treble response is also smooth and detailed without being harsh so they shouldn't get fatiguing to listen to because of overly bright highs.
I really like the way these sound with music that has a bit of a beat, so I've been enjoying Funk/Synthpop styles on them quite a lot. I think for classical/Jazz/acoustic stuff the IM02 might be a slightly better choice due to their flatter response and slightly better levels of microdetail and separation but that's why there are different headphones
Niggling points :
First: The earhooks can flex up a little on my ears (Kit found the same) but it's mainly when I'm sitting down, when standing the weight of the cables pull them down a little more securely and I'm guessing that it's just because they're a brand new pair, over time I expect the earhooks will settle down a little.
Second: you can hear the dynamic driver flexing when inserting the canals. Not a serious issue, but there have been times where I've had to play with the pressure to make sure the driver is "popped" the right way (but this only takes 2 seconds so I'm not that concerned).
2 year warranty
$350 price tag
Hopefully I'll be able to get them up on the web catalogue today!