Picked up a lightly used Phantom 1 piece suit from another inmate. Got to put it to the test the other day, as well as on my daily commute. It has replaced my Joe Rocket Alter Ego mesh hybrid (jacket only). I am running an Xtra Large, which fits me perfectly in the lower body. Pros: -Built like a tank. heavy, as is the liner. Havent tried on the liner, I overheat pretty easy, and figure the liner would work for me in temps that my bike wont run in anyhow (this bike doenst like below 40 F). Its a little puffy and sewn well. -Tons of Velcro, lots of adjustment. Elbow adjustment could be better, but that fits in the one con below. -Lots of pocket space. I keep finding them. Main waterproof pockets easy to get into with gloves while sitting on the bike, like when at a toll booth. -Decently placed vents, good chest and arm airflow. Keeps you cool as long as you are moving above 10mph. Anything under that, and good luck. -Feels sturdy (first 1 piece suit) -Nice reflective bits. Show up well on the road. Photographs make you look like the guys from Tron. Cons: -No leg ventilation. Sweaty pants are the norm if its a 30 min trip over 80 degrees. -"Backpack" pocket serves to try and hold things, but anything more than a few pieces of paper will cause you start to slowly close your windpipe and make you go for the big "sleepy sleep". An=lso DAMN hard to get anything in and out of there by yourself. -While the knees have great positioning velcro for armor, shoulders do not. Shoulder armor sits near my bicep, unless I slide it up. -Upper body feels like it was designed for someone who wears 4 or 5 sweaters or is either in awesome shape or horrible rolly poly shape.. of which I am in-between. -Waist is tight no matter what. I wear a 34-36 waist pant (6-1", 200 lbs) and it never seems to adjust correctly around my middle. Fine at the waist, but when I am carrying a sidearm (yes, we can do that around here, go elsewhere if you want to argue) or not, it never fits "just" right, even if I go from having a holster on to not and do not change the strap. -Arm vents almost impossible to adjust all the way up while in motion, unless you want to test out the protective qualities of the suit. My biggest grip so far... got caught in one nasty downpour, and came home soaked. It got in the waterproof arm vents (velcroed and zipped) and into the fly area, so it looks like I just couldn't wait till the next rest stop. Now I did zip it all up and set everything as it should, but I think these flaps would only truly keep water out if you were waddling down the street like that kid from A Christmas Story, not bent in the middle riding a motorcycle. Chest flaps kept water out. Overall, the its I dont like i figure can be fixed or lived with, given the protection the suit offers. Just my 2 or so cents.