Swimnews is reporting that FINA will be meeting with Speedo officials to discuss the suit properties and material thicknesses. Why, since the suit has already been approved by FINA? Because there have been 14 world records set since 16 February (maybe more today in Eindhoven or Sydney). Thirteen of the records were set in Speedo's Fastskin LZR Racer. The downside is the suit is so expensive some cannot afford it; some national teams have suit contracts with other suppliers and their swimmers not allowed to wear it. So what do you think? Does the suit give swimmers an unfair advantage? Is the suit legal or illegal? Is it too expensive? Share your comments.