Not knowing what you're most often intended use for the binoculars is going to be makes it tough to answer your question.
Of course, that never stops us from offering opinions around here!
If you just want a good pair of binoculars for general use and don't have several hundred dollars that you want to spend, it's tough to imagine getting a better optical image, sharper detail, or brighter color than you'll get with a nice pair of porros. If you pay attention, you can pick up a pair of new in the box, water resistant, fully multi-coated, rubber armored porros for around a hundred bucks from Bushnell, Olympus, or a few other major manufacturers. For that hundred you should be able to get excellent eye relief (an important consideration if you wear glasses), a 6 degree field of view, something approaching a lifetime limited warranty, and anywhere from 7x35 to 10x50 magnification and performance.
Try getting all that in roof binocular for less than three times the price.
If you reply that you're specifically interested in a particular type of activity like birding, hunting, or astronomy, I'm sure you'll get lots of recommendations here at Optics Talk.
If you reply that you're planning on doing night-time-deep-sea-elk-hunting or the like, well... you'll probably still get lots of recommendations here at Optics Talk...
Just my two cents...
Take the long way home.