I play keyboards and sing. Using a wireless Shure SM58 for years, I was always happy with the sound, but I wanted the freedom to move. Keeping your head over middle C is restrictive to both playing and singing. I tried Shure, Countryman, Sennheiser, and Audio Technica headset mics, before I found the DPA.
Pricey, but what a beautiful sound, and I hardly notice I have it on. I can move all over the room and not get feedback. I have a big voice, and always had to pull off the Shure on the big notes. Not the DPA. It's great to have a piece of equipment exceed your expectations.
All that being said, I have only had it for a few weeks, so I don't know about its durability. Judging from the design features that obviously protect each vulnerable connection, I'm expecting the best.