For almost a year, I've kicked the living daylights out of this jacket. It has skied off the summit of Denali, hitchhiked on sailboats in Iceland, gotten pummeled with waterfalls while rappelling on first descents in Romania, sea kayaked around icebergs in Alaska, high-fived Jeremy Jones, kept me happy in Ukraine, survived a month of living in a van in Patagonia, and still keeps me dry. I think that the chest pockets have zippers that are too stiff, causing you to get "pregnant-belly" all too frequently, which is only made worse by wearing a beacon beneath it. It is longer in back than in front. The arm pocket is nice. The grey material is stiffer than the yellow. The vents are nice and generous, though they also have zippers that are too stiff.
There are very few pieces of gear that I've tested more than this jacket. Fitting is very "backcountry," so if you're tall or like stuff that fits longer, you're sacrificing your style preferences for quality.
The hood is great, and the breathing holes in the high neck gaiter RULE. Good hood, too.
I'm not crazy about the material--mainly the grey material. It's too stiff. The zippers really don't help that, making you sometimes feel like a robot.