I actually have seen that suit, my friend bought one. I am glad to see that the arms and legs are now anatomically cut, I didn't hear that during the sales pitch. That new material is absolutely heavenly, my friends says it feels like he's racing in his pajamas. However I'd like to draw attention to how loose the belly section of the suit still is in the video. When sitting down in an upright racing seat, this suit still bunches up to 2-3 layers thick in the mid region, I've seen it first hand on two drivers. This could lessen the effectiveness of the breath-ability of the new material. My OMP does not, It is very tight in the belly (probably also due to my beer gut) but it also slightly pulls me into a racing position.
Of course, a suit that is comfortable when you first put it on while standing up will sell better, because it has a great first impression , which is why I assume Sparco sticks with this design.
This WR sales rep in the video is a real stand up guy. He knows everything there is to know about driver gear, but for me, the Sparco just didn't fit right in the mid section, ironically, they were just too loose.