I have been keeping an eye on these helmets made in the UK as I am sure a lot of you guys have. I have corresponded with the company recently on if they are approved in Au/NZ and where they are in the market development and approval phases. These following lines are some of the Email traffic I have had with the company and have posted it here FYI. From what I can see they have done the third prototype after a 5000 run of pre production helmets to gain customer feedback and have now incorporate these changes before the final market release. I would be interested in hearing the Australian rider’s views so I can collate our feed back and hopefully encourage an Australian compliance test. My only comments to date would be about venting, fogging etc. Please post your thoughts. Hardhat :arrow: That information that was gathered from the initial release and the intelligence has been transferred into technological changes to the product, and that is why the 24 month delay. The helmets can come with Double D or Quick release however because of demand the product will be offered in the territories of easiest passage. An online solution will be the first and probably the most cost effective to the consumer. The helmet will be accredited to each territory over time, [...] This helmet has lower noise impact and the feedback from motorcyclists have shown that those that did wear ear plugs have been able to lose them, also the obvious benefit from seeing behind. [...] There have been some modifications made to the MSX1 and the helmet will now be available internationally with a fully adjustable optic to suit the various riding positions / head shapes / eye levels to get that even more bespoke fit. The chin strap has also been changed to a quick release system, a new improved liner and better ventilation. The helmet will be available for 249 euro's (Au $ 500) Please check the product Promo video on Youtube [media=youtube]TaMSXgB3PVA[/media] The helmets should be available in November through an online retailer then through distributors and I can keep you updated on this here is a link to a customer with the helmet on Youtube. [media=youtube]WeLjsUZtBHQ[/media] Please give us your opinion of the changes. To fit the optic part for that bespoke rearview image 1. Fit the helmet to the head snugly, without any movement. 2. For best results, try helmet on outside on a walkway with traffic coming from behind. (Do not step out into traffic). 3. If the road behind is not clearly seen, take the movable front optic and rotate it forward and back using slight pressure between finger and thumb until full view is given. 4. After this initial adjustment a full view should be available. 5. If a more sophisticated adjustment is needed, then by inserting the special Reevu driver into the hexagon socket located just above the mirror inside the helmet. The mirror system can be adjusted into and out from the helmet. (Do not over adjust this optic past its stops). 6. A re-adjustment will be needed if the optic is retracted or extended for that extraordinary fit. See pictures 1.2 3 Finally, the optic system in this helmet is to give the wearer a view of the road directly behind by using peripheral vision, the same way that we use the central mirror in other vehicles.