Hi all, just thought I'd post a review of my now few months old jacket: Got it at Bike Gear Warehouse, south of Sydney. Retail there was $199, plus I got some free matching gloves to go with it from a bin by the door full of "old stock, returns and last years colours". Good work guys, excellent way to get rid of your unwanted stock First impressions were of a good quality, no-fuss jacket with good armouring and a very light toplayer of fabric*. Armour includes high density elbow and shoulder guards, and a quite extensive back protector which I thought to be a good feature. The jacket allows for fitment by upper forearm cinching via studs, lower forearm zips, wrist velcro/studs, and waist via velcro tabs. On fitting in the store, I noticed that the sizes were slightly larger in the body than I'm used to. This saw me getting a 'Medium' jacket where I may normally have gotten a large** as the sleeves were not quite long enough in riding position, but the jacket fit right on the body thus ensuring armour placement in event of an off. Gloves fill in the sleeve gap I've found, so no worries. There is also a removeable inner lining which is supposed to be waterproof. I haven't used it yet as it cuts down on ventilation and is quite warm. When riding, the UFO is great to wear, and allows a full, unrestricted range of movement. I ride a small full-faired bike (Aprilia RS125) and have found the extra ventilation in summer weather indispensible, with the jacket standing up to the odd shower or cold snap well. One thing I can say is that if you ride a naked bike and switch to this type of jacket you will definitely feel the difference - sitting up out of the protected fairing area when riding sees me feel a rush of air through the jacket and feels ace on those > 30'C days. On days nearing 40'C the jacket still performs well, albeit merely by not letting you get to the point of sweating of being uncomfortable. Keep in mind a normal jacket would be almost intolerable near 40'C. I haven't had any serious issue with the UFO since purchase, so can't comment on any. I found one or two centimeter-long areas of loose stitching but am not worried at all by this as I use my jacket very frequently and they haven't become worse during the time I've had it. I like the styling, (subdued factory racer kinda image I guess) the price, the protection and the build quality. I also like the on-bike performance, so lets call it a day by me giving the jacket 5 stars. Cheers guys - boingk *For those of you that have never handled a 'mesh' jacket, its a very coarsely woven nylon fabric that actually feels rather soft and pliable to the touch. If you hold it up to the light you can see through it. **I'm a relatively large fellow, standing 6'2" and 90kg.