This is all very easy to look up on the net. Try and find the US Sniper manual. Has great info in it on concealment and lots of other stuff.
- Lightwieght (compared to full ghillie).
- Able to crawl in, low profile.
- Easy belt acces.
- When standing up, less concealment when viewed frontal.
- Less concealment when kneeling.
Full Ghillie suit:
- More concealment when standing up straight.
- More concealment when kneeling.
- Less chance to be noticed when viewed frontal.
- Heavy(compared to crawlsuit).
- More bulky, can be hard to conceal that much fluffy jute and what not.(this may not be true but it is how I see a full suit.)
- No easy belt acces.
- Not able to crawl in, thus harder to move unseen.
- Needs vegetation on the front, which might be in the way when bending over.
There's probably a lot more, but this is what I could think of atm.
That's pretty much what I thought, I'd just like to get some opinions...well founded or not. In the area I usually play we go back and forth between woods and basically paintsoft in "urban" areas. I picked up a ghillie with the base garment being mesh instead of the mesh attached to a BDU so that I could just wear a flightsuit underneath and be able to more easily transition between being properly attired for sniper and DM roles.
Of course I'll probably pick up a crawl suit in the near future anyway since I'm a gear junkie.