This is not your typical David Clark headset. They've always made durable, reasonably priced headsets, but not always the most comfortable. This headset is typical DC when it comes to durability and price, but way more comfortable than anything they've made in the past. The ANR works great, once you find the sweet spot. I fly a Hawker 700, which has lots of wind noise in the cockpit. I had a Sennheiser HMEC-46, and that didn't have enough noise reduction, but the Pro-X works perfectly. It should be perfect for such aircraft as the PC-12, King Air, Citation, etc. The bluetooth works well, and you're able to stream music. The only thing I don't like is that you can't turn off the automatic music mute function.
The only gripe I have about this headset is that the head band needs one more "click" of extension. I have a giant head, and there is a bit of pressure from the head band when I'm wearing this. One more bit of extension would have been better.