If you snag these for 30%-50% off here or SAC they are an incredible deal for the features. At retail I think they are about an even value compared to the rest of the market (although there aren't that many bibs like this). Thin, mostly windproof, good fabric ratings. 6'1" and 160# and medium fit perfect. Pretty light and pretty packable, but nothing compared to Gore-Tex Pro Shell. A little funky to get on because it has a high crotch (good for athleticism) and a short zipper. Bib component just rocks. Pockets are fine, but the back pocket has a funky permanent half flap thing that makes wallets a bit awkward to in/egress. My only real complaint is the internal gaiter isn't quite tight enough around my ski boots, and they're a bit too long so they can stick out below the pants. This may be letting some wind in and I'm worried about postholing so I'm going to put a bar tack in it.
I was getting a little wind in the hip area while sitting on a chairlift getting battered by gale-force gusts. Whether that's the aformentioned boot cuffs or some zippers I don't know....not gonna judge that harshly though because when it's really blowing the wind can find a way in a lot stuff. Wish the blue color was louder like previous years, still has a nice neon accent though.
Conclusion: incredible value at $100-170. Hold their own at $240. If you have $400, get the Oakley Sethmo because it's just like this pant but better in every single way. I don't have $400, and I'm content with these; falling in the pow has never been so snow-free.