In the Kyoudo Shorts Thread I promised to post a review of the new Hayabusa Rashguards, so here it goes. This is by far my favorite Rashguard, and the best I have tried to date. I really can't find anything wrong with it. See below. FIT/MATERIAL: Best part about the piece itself. The material is light, but elastic. It's breathable, thin, and it hugs your body like a second skin. In one of the pictures, I shot the inside of the shirt but it won't let me post them. I have a Large, and it fits me perfectly all around (5'9", 200lbs.). It's long enough to cover my stomach but not overly lengthy so as to bunch. I especially like that the sleeves go all the way down to my elbows, as opposed to some which bunch into your armpit. Like I said, it's very snug, but not restrictive at all when rolling. The material also wicks away moisture but does not hold liquid. It's almost completely dry after coming out of the spin cycle. CONSTRUCTION: While it's still rather new, the Rashguard appears to be extremely durable. The material has held up fine, and the stitching is heavy, similar to a Sirius. My Sirius Rashguard is very durable and retains elasticity, but it also is made of a heavier material. I also washed the Hayabusa with other clothes and it did not bleed at all. The logo is also sewn in as part of the material so no chance of fading, peeling, etc. STYLE: Secondary to me, but a standout nonetheless. I've received many compliments and inquiries regarding this. I'm a big fan of the Asian theme and graphics, which I also took a digital photo of. CONCLUSION: All in all this is my favorite Rashguard I own. It's more elastic and durable than my Warrior Wear RG, and more breathable and flexibile than my Sirius RGs. It's very stylish, and a staple of my Training Gear. I actually have a new one one on the way, and plan to get several more because I ended up washing it so many times. I also have the Long Sleeve Hayabusa, great in all the same ways, though it's fairly hot right now. I like how the sleeves retain shape and don't bunch or stretch at the wrist. I would give the Hayaburi the highest rating possible, and although it's maybe a bit more expensive, it's worth the price if you are seeking the highest quality. I hope that this is helpful....if anyone can posts pictures let me know.