This really is the perfect jacket for Scottish winter. You don't have to worry if it gets wet, as the primaloft will still perform.It's not too bulky,won't split the waterproof seals of your Gore-tex when you put it on underneath your waterproof or make you look like Mr Creosote. Although not as light as down, it's still pretty light, and it packs down fairly small as well.Unlike the Citadel jacket,the steroid version of the Fitzroy,it keeps a balance between warmth and incineration.In the bitterly cold,clear weather we had before Christmas (minus 10) it was perfect on the hill as an outer layer...windproof, warm, but not creating too big a sweat.Velcro wrist straps help regulate your temperature, and the pockets are fleece lined.2 little criticisms; firstly, you can roll up the hood and keep it in place with a clever velcro patch. However, it looks ridiculous like this; you end up with a collar that makes Elvis' Las Vegas jumpsuit look tasteful. More Harry Hill than Hill walker.The other thing is that the front brim of the hood has a wire inset, which may keep the rain of your face but looks a bit corrugated, like some tired old asbestos roofing.Despite that, I think it's one of the best pieces of kit I've bought, and you can wear it around town.... or to Harry Hill Conventions.