I've loved my Rally 2 Pro gear and have used it for nearly 4 years and ~110K miles as my only riding gear in all kinds of weather and temperatures ranging from the teens to more than 100ºF. But it's getting a bit faded and tattered in places after an SUV rear-ended me in January, sending me first flying though the air and then skidding along the tarmac. Since the wreck I've been wearing the gear, but it's fast approaching time to replace. I've more than gotten my money's worth from it already after all. After doing multiple searches on this and other gear-related forums, I've yet to find any comments on how the new liner material used in the Ralley 3 does in really hot weather. Reading BMW's product description, it seems this new "C.A.R.E." magic membrane fabric is supposed to "know" if it's hot or cold out and open or close the pores in the material accordingly. In hot weather - pores open for better air flow; in cold weather, pores close to block the chill of the wind. This very thing has always been my main issue with the R2P gear and its GoreTex liners. I've always stayed bone dry with the liners in, but above about 75ºF it's almost unbearable to have them in the jacket and pants. And because you have to strip down on the roadside and zip the liners in, it's not practical to don the liners every time you encounter a rainstorm. My solution has always been to just remove the liners around the end of March and leave them home, and then just carry a one-piece, coverall-type rain suit to put on when raining during hot weather. I'd like to think this problem was the genesis of the new liner material, but have yet to hear any comments on how this works as the mercury rises above 90-95º. So, for those of you with the RP3: What is the maximum temperature that you can stand to leave the liners in? Also, does the new membrane material really allow airflow as advertised? If the difference is significant and the new stuff really does work, I'll likely spring for the extra $ for the R3 gear. If not, it seems there's still some leftover R2P stock a few places for about 1/3 less money. Thanks in advance for any comments you R3 users care to share!