had it out for 2 sessions, in 12˚C air temp but cold water - snow-melt from the mountains into the lake. Perfectly comfortable!
I got the XXL and it fits nice - I'm a little bigger in most of the measurements, except for height. Seems as well made as my Hyperflex suits but looks better, with the blue stripes etc down the arms.
Things I like...
Fits comfortable, great price. Compare $180 with the $7-800 the locals are spending for custom fit O'Neill suits
Shipping was about $30 and it arrived in 5 days.
The neck seal has a smooth coating (?) so slides around when you move your head - nice!
The wrists are cut at an angle, so it's a bit longer on the outside than the inside of your arms... good touch for maximum coverage.
Doesn't let water in the top easily but is still easy to get out of - chest zipper.
Warm enough - I think it'll be fine down to just under 10˚C for me, although I'll feel cold but won't suffer.
The tough-feeling knee area seems to be a bit longer than my other suits...
Things I don't like...
Drain holes work well but when I wear boots, they go over the legs and so cover the holes, which are just above the ankles.
The seam at the back of the knees was a bit tight, but I think it's stretched now so is ok again.
The zipper-stop tab is a dome snap button... I think I'd prefer velcro. Maybe
Things I noticed...
Haven't seen a key holder pocket or anything.
There's a screen-printed (?) pattern on the inside of the wrists and ankles - I assume it's to minimize stretching and add some grip.
Wind-chill was bad on Saturday, and I could feel it on my chest... I go commando though so that might be solved with some thermals.
Only time will tell how long it will last but so far so good!