Just received my Mundial #9 and hoping it will shrink a fair bit. I ordered it in the female sizing, F3. [See edits with size comments below.] For reference I'm 5'2" tall and right now weigh about 135. Like the Mundial #7, this version has pants made of sleek, light ripstop cotton. In fact it's identical to the #7 except for the embroidery color AND the fact that they make it in female sizing as well.
These pics appear originally in stu3ufc's great post on sherdog, the link is below...
The gi lapel is also ripstop, and the fabric is a silky soft honeycomb weave. The "ATAMA" on the shoulders is black and looks sharp. This is the gi I'm planning to have Happy Kimonos tiedye for me. Check them out here! I can't compare weight to my #7, which is mens' sizing A1, or to my female sized Atama which has the traditional twill pants, but it definitely doesn't feel heavy like my Gameness pearl or the Golden Tiger gis.
The pants fit fine, perhaps a tich long (they touch the tops of my feet) but I think they'll shrink length-wise. The jacket fits well around my chest and waist, but the sleeves are silly long (falling halfway between the end of my palm bones and the next/first knuckle on my finger, when my arms are down at my sides.) I have been reading the review threads on the net and plan on shrinking with a hot water wash and hot dry if reported results point that way. Some reviewers say the #9 pants are bigger/baggier in the bum than the #7 (which will be fine with me.)
Here are some links to other reviews...
One from Sherdog's forum.
Exhaustive photos, measurements, and comparison of an A3 #9, new, with a 6 month old A3 #7 here, by stu3ufc.
It's selling for $143 at Razorback Jiu Jitsu, here, which is the best price I found. Only male sizes though.
I bought mine here from the Atama website, $161.
EDIT: The shrinking process was perfectly successful. Washed it in hot water, dried on the hottest setting in the dryer. The sleeves lost about 4.5 inches in length and now hit right at my wristbone; a little circumference lost as well but still legal by IBJJF standards (though soon the color will be distinctly illegal for Mundials/Pan Ams. Bummer. However-- the rules say gis can be blue or white. What about a blue and white tiedye??) Anyway-- the gi top has a much trimmer fit around the torso and the skirt length shrank about 3" so it comes barely to the top of my thigh, just where I like it. The pants didn't shrink nearly as much... maybe one inch in length if that, and no noticeable difference around my rump.
I absolutely love the ripstop fabric for the pants. They're so much lighter and cooler, and the fabric doesn't stick to your legs when soaking wet the way the ordinary twill/denim of mortal pants will. I can't WAIT to show you the tiedye outcome.