That's a fine arty video but pretty poor to show the thing, just glimpses of parts of it. I think I'll stick with my rain pants when it's raining, I haven't had a problem with cold on the scooter in temps down to 28F so far and that was on the slab going to Grants Pass and back. Over on the slab and back on side roads about 80 miles total and cold but the scooter was pretty comfortable. Of course I did have my Gerbings heated jacket liner and heated gloves on too. Once nice thing about the scooter in cold weather for me is that I can ride with my legs pretty well straightened out. On the K1100LT my knees seem to take a set in the cold which makes my legs pretty stiff and wobbly when I get off the bike. No problem with the scooter. Also the scooter has better wind shielding for the legs than the bike does. When it's really nasty it's time for the Wrangler or the wife's sedan.