I love the way Samshields look and fit on my head, and I find them to be extremely comfortable. They're not for everyone though, so make sure you try some on before you buy one. Personally, I have the ShadowMatt, which is the same thing as the Miss Shield, minus the wide brim. However, I have tried on the Miss Shield. I like the helmet, but I chose not to get it because I simply want a more versatile helmet and I feel that the wide brim is better suited for outdoor riding and for sunny days, which I only get to do for three months a year. Also, I personally feel the Miss Shield is far better suited for the showjumping ring than the dressage ring. If you want a helmet that works for dressage, and you've determined a Samshield is the way to go for you, I strongly suggest looking at the ShadowMatt, which is quite popular in most disciplines.