I've been using Audio-Technica's neckstrap integrated headphone for iPod nano, but it suddenly broke a few weeks ago (no sound from the left earpad) so I was looking for the replacement.
Went down to the Apple store to see some candidates but most of them are so pricy, like Shure e3c which I had and also broke like 2 years ago and it costs like $299. I loved e3c but when you listen to the compressed mp3 music I don't think there's that huge difference with non-pricy ones.
So I picked the JBL reference one. It was $79 in Apple Store but I came home and ordered from Amazon, and it's $36. I added the exra $2 for the overnight shipping because it was the day before the trip to Vienna. And it actually was delivered the next day.
The set comes with: ear strap (handy for joggers), airplane jack converter (worked really good on my 16 hours flight) and the sound is awesome. Has 3-4 spare earpads and the best of it, the cable is made by some fabric, so putting the cable inside my shirt to connect to the nano in my pocket just works and I don't feel the cable. Very well done, JBL.