Audio equipment is very subjective and there are a ton of different headphones that fulfill different purposes. A headphones that is good for one person isn't necessarily the headphone that is good for you; it all depends on what your use case is. Questions like sound signature, isolation from external sounds, what you find comfortable, what you don't like about you're current headphones, sound source(whether you want to buy a dac and amplifier), and most importantly budget can change your decisions greatly. Also depends on how involved you plan on getting. Some people are fine with most headphones and don't care about the idiosyncrasies and getting to caught up with sound signature, frequency response and impedance just don't matter to them. If you want to make audio equipment a hobby or just find a better pair then you currently have can change someones recommendation. Asking yourself some basic questions about what you want can allow people to give significantly better recommendations.