So I actually got these off of Amazon because I had a $25 gift card, so it was a bit cheaper and came in 2 days, and I actually had a different experience than a lotta reviews.
My current IEM's are Soundmagic E50s, and they're like $35 on Amazon, and I love them - they're flat (which I like because I produce and do a lotta mixing) and their treble is really nice and crisp. The T2's are extremely comfortable wearing them and they isolate quite a bit of sound which I thought was very surprising since I thought they just kinda sat on your ear rather than jamming them in like typical ear buds or peasant IEM's.
When I first listened to a track with the T2's, I was really surprised because the bass was super strong, and most of all, in a bad way, the treble was super mushy. I opened up one of my projects on Ableton, and where I had open hats and hi-hats, on the E50s they were clear and separated, but with the T2's it just sounded like a mush of white noise. Listening to other tracks (that are better mastered and have more creative synths), I thought that the bass was too loud and the treble was just too quiet and mushy and unclear, even with an EQ to lower the bass... Which is why I returned these and will just continue using the E50s :)
It's just my opinion that I like flat monitors, I used to CRAVE bass when I used to only listen to music. But after getting the Soundmagics, I really started to enjoy being able to hear every single sound in a track.