ok, i see that i'm totally confused in gear.
please, help me to clear this question, so i could know, what i want exactly.
Well, i'll post what i think and suggest, and, if it's incorrect, please, show me mistakes.
First, i've seen different designations for this *2000 set: M2000, S2000, F2000. Is it the same or different things?
I know, that our general for now camo -- M98 is just an "office uniform", not a battle one. It's enough for airsoft in summer, but not enough for serious reenactment or winter games. so, i'd like to know what type SF use in summer and in winter?
What about different names on NFM webshop for pants? after they've changed design, i can't find descriptions of wear, also there're no pictures in their webshop now. (oh! just found that they'd fixed it!). What is the difference in Lance and Viper models? and who uses it (if ever)?
Also, as i guess, for NFM jackets: sidewinder
is for warm weather, baja
is for moderate/cold weather for general army, and Anaconda
is for cold weather and for SF?
And the situation with army contractors: as far as i know -- or guess -- here're army contractors: NFM (wear, gear like battlevests CV-1, Bear, Wolf etc, ballistic and armour materials, is it the main contractor?), HH (for winter jackets and pants, maybe for some other stuff -- don't know exactly), Pioneer (i've seen their trademark on M98 jackets only), Bergans (for backpacks, maybe for something other (wear?), don't know too). Cato Ringstad (i've got their Helmet with winter/summer cover, also they're making wear: office M98 and -- thank you again, now i know it -- M2000) Norrona (gore-tex and what else?). What's the question: are these contractors's stuff equal in overall appearence and used by everybody nonetheless who made it or else? and what comes to SF?
And, yes: M/F/S2000 is a winter gore-tex model?
thank you again for your answers.