Yesterday was the second day I got to put to some real use, the new beesuit my wife got me for Christmas a year and a half ago. I thought I would give my opinion here on some of my observations. The suit is not cheap, at $259 US and then shipping and handling (and taxes once it gets here) :shock: it is not for the faint of heart pricewise. It is heavy. Just lifting the suit out of the box I was surprised at how heavy it is. I would guess that it weighes about 3 times what a conventional beesuit would weigh. It is extremely easy to put on and take off. The leg zippers go all the way up to your hip making the task of going over boots or shoes easy. It is well made and designed. Now for the interesting part: It does not stop you from sweating. (thinking about it, I don't know why I thought it would) :roll: Member Adam Foster Collins (he drove down again yesterday to go through some hives with me, Thanks Adam), spent a couple of hours in some pretty hot weather. Adam wore a conventional beesuit and I had on the Ultrabreeze. At the end of it all we were both soaked with sweat. The difference is................................. I felt cool and comfortable. Yes, you will still sweat and soak a t-shirt, but any movement or even the slightest of breeze causes the air to move across that soaked t-shirt and immediately cools you down. Very nice! :thumbsup: I would get another one when the time comes, perhaps opting for just the jacket to save a few $$ but these new ventilated suits (whomever the manufacturer) are nice.