Arcteryx is my favorite line of apparel because it has an athletic fit that most manufacturers do not. I bought this after refusing to wear THF Denali which I bought ten years ago, and more recently bought a Mountain Hardware Windstopper Tech jacket. These both fit me ridiculously, as I could probably make a set of pants with the leftover material all around the midsection. I am 6'0" 160lbs, so I am rather lean but I still like my stuff to fit properly, like Arcteryx does. The MH jacket was warm and I loved the windstopper liner, although the collar was all over the place and anoyed the heck out of me. Then along came the Stratofleece. I was so excited by the looks of the picture and more so after I received it and tried it on. It was perfect.......until I stepped outside. The wind just went right through it. Brrrr, time to layer. It was rather cold, about thirty five, and I only had a long sleeve shirt on underneath but this was fine with the windstopper on a short commute. The pockets have the liner on the inside that has holes in it. It feels as though you are holding your hands out the bottom of the jacket with no gloves. They do absolutely nothing to keep your hands warm, so I guess they are for holding your cell phone or Ipod or whatever. I understand this is a casual piece but I just expected more out of Arcteryx. By the way, it has a typical Arcteryx neck, structured and awesome. It is very soft and looks good too. I bought a medium and the fit is perfect. I could gain 20 pounds and still have room beacause it's not a snug as other Arcteryx pieces, probably because it is a fleece designed for casual wear. So the bottom line is charge an extra fifty bucks and give it more insulated pockets and a windstopper membrane. I would then give it five stars, but for now it's just a tease.