I bought this to be my all-around winter shell, mostly for hiking/climbing. The material is great; durable, breathable, soft and extremely lightweight. I got the yellow because I like the color, and for safety when traveling in a group. Unfortunately, MH goofed in a couple major ways, which I was unwilling to accept in their top-of-the-line climbing shell.
First (and less critical), the chest pockets are stupid. They're high to be harness-compatible, but they're SO high that it's extremely awkward to access them when wearing the jacket. Putting items in: no problem. Getting them out: problem. The issue is compounded by the fact that the pockets are really deep, which I would normally appreciate; however, when coupled with the collarbone-high zips, it's almost impossible to reach the bottom of the pockets. In fact, they're so deep that the bottoms land right under a harness/backpack waist strap, which completely defeats the purpose! As an additional minor gripe, the pockets are too high for casual use; I knew this going in, but still.
But really, the critical deal-breaker for me was the hood. It's advertised as a helmet-compatible hood, and TECHNICALLY, I suppose that's true; you can squeeze one under there, but you're not going to like it. It's far too small; in fact, when I tried to throw the hood up while wearing a pack in the rain, I had to kip the whole jacket up (crammed into my armpits) just to be able to move my head unrestricted...with no helmet on.
I wanted to love this jacket, and it does a lot of things right. But it's just too expensive, and too touted, to have these glaring design issues. Sent it back, went with the Westcomb Apoc; baggy fit everywhere, unfortunately, but also great material and properly placed/sized pockets and hood. And it comes in yellow!