There is little I can say about this Crosswind at this point that hasn't already been said. Suffice it to say that Gail Simone has turned a cliche sitcom premise on its head, exploring the fine details of just what it would be like for a man and a woman in the modern world to switch bodies without descending into cheap jokes about shaving and erections.
Don't worry, we do still get a few cheap jokes (it IS a Gail Simone story, after all) but the story also has a serious sense of depth to it. That same sense of depth is found in the detail-driven artwork of Cat Staggs, who proves a perfect partner to Simone's brand of dark lunacy. It will be a crime if this book doesn't get multiple Eisner Awards.
The Final Analysis: 10 out of 10.