Sorry for the belated replies; got tied up with errands whole day.
Thanks for all the feedbacks gents, much, much appreciated. Nothing beats the joy of modding older pieces into something more presentable.
Doug & Chris.......LOL A little pain modding the jumpsuit that's for sure, but I can live with that. It's a great learning process. Will I do it again? Absolutely.
Romeo.....LOL I'm having too much of it.
DFC.....LMAO!! Funny, Chung; I just bought another can of Lotte gum at local Korean super today. Thanks for the norm bud ntw.
gumm....LOL my style is pretty much fixed. Even if I try to alter it, the style is still here. Can't help.
KJ....not particular hard. The key is to line the top & bottom piece correctly. I put an old flightsuit side by side with the urban camo as ref. During test fit, tuck the top piece into the pants, imagine it's already a one piece suit and you'll know approximately where the stitches should go. As for zipper, those tiny zippers are the best. As always, patience is the virtue.
Forgot to add, the mask is a different story. I world much prefer the same kind of material that the regular black balaclavas but only in urban camo. It would make thing much easier. Anyway, I used the black balaclava as pattern and retraced the pattern on the spare bdu shirt, only difference is I made them bigger because the fabric is non-stratchable, got to leave some extra room for it.