Just like the Moray, Razer includes an attractive, soft padded case with the Moray+ with convenient mesh pouches to store all the accessories in. Each individual section even has a printed logo to identify which system the adapter belongs to. The PC/Notebook adapter splits the 3-line plug into separate mic and stereo headphone jacks, while the PSP and DS adapters use their respective manufacturers proprietary DIN style microphone jack. Razer has also thoughtfully included three sizes of soft rubber buds to fit most any size ear. The small size is perfect for a child, and fit my kids' ears comfortably, while I found the middle size a snug fit for myself.
There is an annoying tag adhered to the cable near the end where the connector is with the WEEE logo emblazoned upon it. WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive) indicates that the product is compliant with RoHS, or Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive, which basically informs the consumer not to simply trash the device where it could end up in a landfill or potentially cause harm from the degradation of any heavy metal contaminants. I personally find these tags as informative as the "Do Not Remove" labels on mattresses and synthetic fiber cushions on furniture, and promptly cut it off. Now the tag ends up in a landfill instead of the headphones.
Let's try the Moray+ out and see if they sound as good as their predecessor.