How can you go wrong, really.
But let's not forget the Shure headphones. They are great. I have the Shure SRH840, the SRH940 has since come out as Shure's flagship product.
These headphones square the circle for me as far as isolation / quality when it comes to moving mics around, monitoring in live room, etc. There is a substantial dB reduction in external noise.
I was using the Extreme Isolation headphones before -- those are SUPER quiet as far as letting in external sound (more so than the Shures) but they are like wearing suction cups around your ears. The Extreme Isolation phones are also quite dark. I found myself having to guess and compensate for what I knew I wasn't hearing. Bass was also lean.
The SRH840s will let you get down there in front of the kick and move that mic around without having to blast the volume in your cans. The low end is really quite accurate.
If you need to do any kind of headphone monitoring the Shure headphones will save your bacon.