So I haven't used the dry suit yet, I am waiting for mine as well. I have seen them and can't wait to get it. Right now I am using the PeakUK Creek drytop and their Dry pants. So a little info first, the reason why you didn't see them in stores much last year was because they were selling so fast, I happen to know that Ken was sending his own Drysuit out for people to demo because they couldn't keep up on the orders. It is a bomber piece of gear! I have had the drytop for three season, with a lot of use, I manage a rafting company in Idaho and put 100+ days on the water a year easy. The top has been amazing, I am just now planning on replacing the neck gasket (I screwed up and left it in my car in the sun on a 115 degree idaho day and melted it). Last week I ran the lower salmon river, spent 4 days on the water and never had any problems with the drytop or pants, I stayed perfectly dry and warm. Many of the guides that work for me have all converted to PeakUK because of the durability, great fit, and quality product. I've never had to use it before, but have talked with Ken a few times and know that they stand behind their product 100% and will take care of any problems you have. I have used NRS, Kokatat, level6, and Stohlquist dry gear and can honestly say that PeakUK is right up there with Kokatat (and much better than the others), I go with PeakUK because the cut fits me better and is more comfortable to move in. If you watch any of the new Videos coming out you will see a lot of the professionals going huge in PeakUK gear, these guys could be sponsored by anyone they wanted, there is a reason they go with PeakUK, It rocks! You are starting to see more and more on the river, they are a relatively new company here in the states (even though they have been around for a long time in the UK) so give them a try, you wont be sorry!