The Army recently launched a survey asking for Soldiers' opinions about the current PT uniform. The Army homepage has some more info and a link to the survey itself.
Here's my opinion on the current uniform: It doesn't fit females very well, the fabrics are uncomfortable and stinky, and we could do better. I understand the "constraints" placed on the uniform by having to be made in the US, but that shouldn't constrain the way it is fitted. There's also really no excuse in having a "one design fits all" mentality.
For example, with the pants, they obviously were not cut to accomodate a female's broader hips. We're not fat, we just want a size small that fits. Also, the extra length in the crotch is completely unnecessary and very uncomfortable. In my pants, a small short, the crotch is low enough to make running more difficult unless I roll up the waistband.
I'm not entirely sure how the Army can be detail-oriented enough to think of making an athletic-fitted men's dress uniform, but not a female-fitted PT uniform. I'm pretty sure I wear my PTs a lot more than an athletic male wears a dress uniform.