Glad you found a pair, Isaac, but I thought I’d add to the thread just in case anyone else is considering the same question:
Dave Bode covered which monitors and headphones to use for high quality audio over on Envato Tuts+. It’s a free lesson from his course on advanced audio for video (which is a great course). The lesson also includes some monitor recommendations.
One surprising-affordable recommendation was the Monoprice 108323. These $20 headphones produce a really good-quality sound despite their low cost. I know it sounds too good to be true! But I often recommend them to Tuts+ instructors who do voice-over work and so far everybody is happy with them.
Myself, I use a BeyerDynamic DT880 for monitoring/mixing at the computer. They’re about $200. These are open-back headphones: this means sound escapes from the back of the speaker, and they aren’t acoustically closed like most DJ headphones. I’ve also used the Sony MDR-7506, and I find the DT880s much more relaxed and far less fatiguing. If it means you can work longer without getting tired, the extra $100 is totally worth it!
Also, for video people: if you’re recording out in the world I can’t recommend the Sennheiser HD-25 headphones enough for field recording. Worth every penny!