Everyone knows ALL CAPS gets questions answered faster.
My climbing partner bought this about a year ago. On very flat ice (like glacier ice) it works 100% of the time. However, on irregular waterfall ice it has a tendency to miss. I would not recommend this product considering the cost and weight. Make a V-threader out of a wire coat hanger and save your money.
I'd agree with 181 for you. I'm 6'1", 180# and I'm skiing the 188.
Good to see Angus guessing on a product he has never seen or used. Just like woman's fleeces! My rafting class instructor has this pfd and you can fit only a bit of cord or 2 energy bars in the pocket. A normal sized water bottle will not fit in the pocket.
These are archaic cams and I'm surprised they are still made. The ridge stem makes them dangerous when placed horizontally. They can be made safer by rigging a piece of cord to reduce the leverage placed on the stem. However, this takes more effort, time and thought when on a tough climb. Save your money and buy a cam with a flexible stem.