No longer do you have to wear horribly ugly Thumps in order to carry around a self-contained MP3 listening system. Koss, the company that's been making headphones for the past few hundred years, offers MP3 T go, self-contained MP3 headphones that do away with wires by placing everything you need right there on your head. Transport controls and volume are conveniently built into the earcups, but too bad the thing packs a paltry 512 MB of storage. You transfer music from your computer to the T go via a mini-USB jack. These cans fold flat, are fairly light, and are equipped with a lithium-ion battery which can be recharged from your computer in about three hours, according to the company. Yours for $300.