Jacket: Rossignol Air Pro Prototype. 2Layer/3Layer Gore-Tex XCR membrane. very low weight.
Well the Jacket is great, I dunno if it is worth the nearly 700€ List Price (I got mine together with a Rossi Snowboard Team Pant (no retail - but given to pro-team riders for free) for 270€ ). As I got the jacket from an Austrian National Snowboard Team member it is a prototype and hase some features other jackets don't have.
I have never sweated less in a jacket. Even in soft-shells I didn't feel as comfy.
The new Airvantage systems doesn't take that much air anymore. (about the same as my lung volume so normally I blow in 1+1/2 times). Together with the Goretex XCR Bachelor 2 Layer Stretch material it is absolutely comfy. The jacket is tight and flexible wether pumped up or not.
The temperature change achievable is around 15-20° Celsius.
The newer Airvantage system as well has an overflow ventile. So in case one pumps in two much air or falls down then air escapes via a 2. ventile.
I neither felt cold when sitting in an old chair going up a shady part with strong wind with the jacked pumped up nor did I feel too warm and seat when going down in bright sun at a temperature of at least 5° more with the air out.
Conclusion: Coupled with a stretch material the airvantage system absoutely rips. I believe it transports out much more sweat than any other layering combination with the same temperature insulation. Without a stretch material it might feel a bit clumsy.
Below is the link to some photos on which one can see the jacket in use :
1. Shot pumped up
the following two shots are without air inside