While I really enjoy the performance of my Grado SR60s I have never found the foam earpads particularly comfortable and the headband looks pretty cheap and nasty.
A little while ago I was cleaning out a cupboard getting ready to move house and rediscovered a set of discarded Pioneer headphones and had a 'eureka' moment. They have a really nice padded adjustable headband and after a bit of fiddling about I was able to mount the Grado phones into the Pioneer headband for a much better looking set up.
As you can see I have also carried out the 'sock mod' as suggested on a Grado forum which makes them so much more comfortable and hides the el cheapo foam pads.
This simply involves cutting the top off a pair of socks ( recommend washing them first !) and rolling them to the required thickness and then fitting them over the original foam pads - brilliant, it works a treat.
In the photo you will also see the little grey box which is my DIY crossfeed unit which makes listening to certain early records much more natural sounding.
There is extensive discussion about crossfeed on various forums but in a nutshell it reduces the extreme left and right bias on some records ( eg early Beatles) and provides a more natural sound with some of the left signal filtering across to the right and vice versa as you would get with regular speakers.
It also has the effect of moving the sound from inside the middle of your head to a point just in front