That is until one or a few them KIA and the suits get stolen, reverse engineered, and we'll have a field of "superheroes" fighting against "superheroes". As the movies have shown us, superhero vs superhero always ends up in mass destruction. Instead of focusing on developing more lethal and potent weapons, we should be heading towards the goal of 100% disarmament globally. Today 2:59am
From the comments on this, http://sploid.gizmodo.com/us-army-wants-to-get-iron-man-suit-for-troops-in-just-f-1467299501 a topic I'm quite fond of. All the other comments immediately point out just how "well" that would actually work, with various degrees of heads in clouds.
On the other hand, if these things hit the market, I want one. Even if I'm a couple generations behind "top of the line" by the time I can afford it. We're going to need stuff like this to be pretty common if we want to become a space-faring species. If we switch over to spacesuits that don't fight your every motion, the powered exosuit feature isn't quite as vital, although still useful for space-things.
Also have to say, I really like the quality of the animation. I'm pretty sure I've seen better made animations in that style from people just making stuff for fun (and of course plenty at about that level, since not everyone can be great at things).