Nor did it slip out of place at any time during my warm-up, lesson, or apres-lesson practice. Full disclosure: I don't do triple or double or even single jumps. Jumping, on the part of your diarist, is strictly limited by SWMBO to half-rotational jumps--at the most (think Waltz jump and half-flip). So, big impressive jumpers--your mileage may vary (but unless you're doing Surla Bonaly back flips, I doubt it).
Obviously, more wearings will be required before stepping up to the microphone to make a definitive statement, but I think this is going to be a relatively short-lived trial, sort of like a medical intervention that's is so overwhelmingly positive during the early stages that the researchers are compelled to suspend the trial early for the ethical benefit of the placebo group.
My ice dance coach immediately (and positively) commented on the sea foam green aspect. "That color's coming back", she opined. Alert the press: your old diarist (and big bands) are coming back.
So, at first blush we can tick off three out of five of the big questions: Comfort, (yes) Fit, (yes) and Style (yes!) are all in the plus column.
The unanswered questions of durability and safety are ones which are resolvable only by time for the former and misadventure for the latter. As we say in the biological sciences, or when taste testing something yummy in a relative's kitchen, "while current results are highly promising, more research is required".
Of course, independent confirmation by other current standard edition Ice Halo wearers would strengthen these observations. Any stepper-uppers in the on-deck circle?