I ordered an Aerostich Roadcrafter in early December.. I got one , sent out for sizing only, right away.. I had it for about two hours, returned it (at my expense) and told them what I needed. That was around Dec. 20th. It's now February 16th and I have yet to see the new one. I called yesterday & was told that I won't see it for at least another 3 weeks. I know when I get it that I will have to return it again, because the legs are made way too long for some reason,and you have to position the knee pads to your knees and have them build a whole new suit with that length in mind.. It's winter now, but it's looking like March 11th or 12th now before I get the next one.. and then probably June before I see the final product.. :dog That's way too long.. By then I might be using my trusty mesh pants and I will have nothing to use for spring riding.. The entire reason I ordered the roadcrafter was to get something for the chillier season asthe mesh pants with rain liners, don't work very well.. I simply wanted something that would be a quick on & off...(which the roadcrafter certainly would be).. I am thinking now, of cancelling my order and looking for something else.. I was led to the Aerostich approach after ordering a pair of Firstgear Kathmandu pants which were grossly undersized for me even when ordered at the same size as my pant size (per their advice).. I couldn't even get them buttoned & there in no size larger.. I returned them disgusted with myself and the Revzilla sizing chart and went in the Aerostich direction (sort of like walking from the boys department to the Husky department when I was a kid.. it sucked then and still does) . So I want to get something I can use before June.. need advice.. get a refund from Aerostich? Be patient and not ride until warmer weather (that won't happen) or make do with rain liners (that I have to wrestle with?).. My god, I spent almost $900 now and have nothing to show for it.. Aerostich makes a great product from alll accounts.. but I need something I can use too..