Hey, I have finally found some time between my classes and BA thesis, so I decided to type this review up. Well, I ordered some stuff from Ron over at SSF a couple of weeks back, and he hooked me up with one of his tight fit rashguards to try out and review. First off, let me say that the service Ron gave me was incredible. Not only did he send me this rashie free, he also confirmed my order by email at 9 pm so that I would be sure everything had gotten through alright. Everything came well packaged 3 days later by USPS. Anyway, to the rashguard itself, it is white, with black shoulders and sleaves. For pics, click on this link: http://www.scientificstreetfighting.net/index.cfm?fuseaction=detail&id=40983&product=136 The first thing that struck me about the rashguard when I put it on was the inch high collar around the neck, which looks and feels almost like the collar on a low turtle neck. I had never seen this feature on a rashguard and it struck me as a little wierd at first...until I put on my gi and rolled with the rashguard under my gi jacket. The collar is excellent at preventing the gi burn from gi chokes, as the gi lapel just rotates along the collar of the rashguard instead of rubbing your skin. Needless to say, I am a big fan of this feature, and will not be wearing any other rashguard under my gi because of it. This rashguard also preforms very well in nogi. The sleaves, which extend down all the way to the elbow, are a little longer than most short sleave rashguards, which is nice. I am tall and lanky, and I was afraid that it would not be long enough to cover my lower back while rolling, but that has not been a problem. Additionally, the logos on the front and back seem to be dyed into the material and will not come off from rubbing on the mat, which is also good. As far as washing goes, this rashguard is pretty easy to take care of. I usually just machine was it with my gi and have had no problems with it. I have also used Vanish on it to take out some blood stains (we roll hard at my school, LoL), which also did not pose any problems. I usually just dry it out on a hanger, though Ron told me I could dry it in a drier on air/fluff with no heat by throwing it in a pillow case, which I have not tried. Overall, this is a great rashguard, especially for under your gi. At $28.50 it is also a great value. If you want to get a good, reasonably priced rashguard while supporting a great MMA company, this would be an excellent choice.