one tip on either the Dadant full suit or half-suit.
Although I don't want my face pressed against the front mesh, the hood on these suits is huge and it can make looking for eggs or inspecting harder when your head gets lost in the back of the hood so far from the mesh (just makes it that much harder to see). I found myself pushing the hood back a lot to get my face closer to the mesh - but that of course used one of my appendages that I need to hold frames and such.
I have taken to clipping together a bunch of the fabric in the back top of the hood or rubberbanding a chunk of fabric (kind of like in a little bun :-D) such that it brings my face closer to the front.
I have tried wearing a baseball cap backwards to have the bill of the cap push the hood back, but that didn't work.
Just clipping it with one of thos big black document clips or a rubber band works like a charm.
I guess it would take me all of 5 minutes to cut off some fabric and sew another seam, but I just leave the rubber band on all the time and have forgotten about it.
I do not like as well the dadant sold suits that are mesh all the way around with a central cap (cricket style) https://www.dadant.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1111.
Unless you are wearing a safari type helmet then thiese hoods don't work near as well as the other ones we have mentioned linked to in my opinion