The Corax is a highly-adjustable, well padded and countoured climbing harness with advanced features and a modern look. If you don't get enough info here, just go to the crag; the Corax is in its element in four seasons for any type of climbing, and is popular among serious climbers - ice to indoor, trad to sport - who value full function and comfort, perhaps over price ($70).
To make a Corax, start with your basic sit harness, take off everything old-school (other than perhaps the webbing) and replace each with something modern. Petzl's automatic double-back buckles and "fast forward" (shaped) gear loops that are rated to 5kn are among the advanced features. Padding where its needed, and none where its not, help make the Corax popular among the comfort shoppers.
Other features ... Two buckles on waist belt ... belay loop ... three-position adjustable and elastic rear risers ... fully adjustable leg loops ... four gear loops, angled forward, reinforced, each has a hole for a keeper cord or biner