Very aesthetic helmet, solid and practical.
The main con is the cheek pads are very tight, makes the helmet very uncomfortable to wear. I fixed it sending them to the seamstress, she cut the stuff through the middle removing half of it. It worked charms.
The other thing is that the shadow screen makes noises with the wind. I opted for uninstalling it.
The helmet is not wind sound proof, but is not too much noisy.
Apart from the tight cheek pads, the size is true around the upper part of the head.
The mechanisms to lift up the screen and of the flip-up work well.
The buckle though a little small, feels secure.
This is my first "big name" helmet. It does a lot of things really well, and a few not so well.
Venting: AMAZING. It actually works.
Anti-Fog: Pretty good
Face Sheild: Too soft. Don't clean it with anything other than microfiber cloths
Sun Visor: Could be darker. Not enough polarization
Fit: You need a tall forehead. For me the eye port is too low, so t get good vision I have to tilt the helmet up to where my chin sticks out.
Noise: Better than a cheaper helmet, but I always wear earplugs anyway.
Weight/Size: A little bigger/heavier than my last helmet, but not overly so. The extended chin area takes some getting used to.
Aero: Amazing. I can turn my head any direction at speed and not feel like the helmet is trying to pull my head off.