The pattern can be adjusted to reduce the amount of fabric in the back without darts, but it is much harder to sew this way. Not saying I agree with the original comment but that it is possible. From Kabbazz' site:
I know this was many posts ago, but the diagnosis of disease is in no way similar to making an aesthetic judgement about whether something looks good or not. I wish we could have stuck with Tira's sports analogy regarding valid and invalid opinions. But I do agree with the crux of your post.
In my experience, the average American can and does differentiate between odd jacket+trousers and suits. The former are always (most of the time erroneously) called blazers. This differentiation implies an acknowledgement of the difference in formality.
I had thought MSRP was allowed because it was only suggested, not required. Even though, for all intents and purposes, the manufacturing was requiring it be honored. But I thought it was interesting, so I just googled it and here is how Michigan.gov explains it.