New Enough had the Scorpion Commander jacket on sale for $209 shipped and I took a chance on it. Came in the other day and wanted to provide my little two-cents. -Fit: I'm 5'6", 170lbs, 33"waist, medium/athletic build, average length arms, slightly broader shoulders then most. I went with a medium, regular and I'm about on the tailend of the fit. Little snug in the upper torso (with thermo liner), very comfortable (without thermo liner). As for the arms, they are definitely snug. Anyone with larger diameter arms will struggle with this jacket, actually, probably would be way too uncomfortable. As for the waist, near perfect fit for me. Pretty form fitting but not snug or tight. The jacket is not bulky like other brands I have tried, especially without the thermoliner. It similar to the BMW Rally Eye I tried on, and not quite as heavy. Overall, pretty comfortable on me and its a keeper. But if this is any indications on how larger sizes are cut, folks with larger arms and bellies might struggle with the fit. Seems like its cut for average to skinny type bodies. -Finish: Pretty good I suppose. I cannot comment on long term durability, but seems well made. Zippers zip well, buttons and velcro all function well. -Function: There is quite abit of functions with is jacket. Bulkiness adjusters for the arms and body (but you gotta be awefully skinny to have the need to tighten them down). Removeable thermoliner to keep you warm. Tons of front packets to keep things in. Removeable neck cover to keep the rain out. High collar to keep body warmth in. A thumb loop in the waterproof liner to keep the liner in place. Hydropack pocket on the back. As for protection, only for minor crashes, shoulders and elbows only. Waterproofness is yet to be determined, has all the standard waterproof barriers in the right places, but it all comes down to how well it works. Perhaps some with experience with this can comment. I live in southern california so 45 degree riding is super-burrrrrr to me, but in our recent "frosty" morning of 50 degrees, it kept me warm and comfortable during my 30 mile commute to work. -Overall: This is my first "adventure jacket", but tried on all the high-end ones. Does it have the quality and finish as the BMW, no, but it doesn't cost $800 dollars. To me, its comfortable enough and has the features I want at an excellent price point. I will say, if I were to embark on a world tour, heading into some remote places, quality gear could mean comfort or misey, perhaps and $800 tried and true jacket would be in order. But for standard touring, light duty off-roading, weekend riding, commuting......I think I made the right choice.