I was just thinking about my underarmor and the lack of seeing something that was "In-Game" acurate. I remember reading JoeyCozs' hot glue method of molding and was thinking that If I bought a simple base all black undersuit and molded the pieces that are visible to "in-Game" acuracy with hot glue and stitched them onto the undersuit it would make for a fairly simple, cheap, and acurate Underarmor. If you guys dont have any idea what I'm talking about think of, like,....: As an example of a plain undersuit. After careful stitching with needle and thread, you can sew on the hot glue molded armor into its correct spots (you CAN sew through got glue, BTW) Into these and whatever else underarmor areas that are visible. So after you take off your armor all you have to do is slip out of one underarmor piece. To get armor over the slight buldgy-ness of the hot glue molded pieces just warp the undersuit abit to fit it in/out. It could work because hot glue is bendable (to a certain extent).... Sorry if this has been posted and discussed before, It was just a quick thought and would have left me if I didnt write it down lol.