I think that if you buy something at BB when it's 25%+ off (get some discounted gift cards and pay with that as well), you can't really go wrong on value. I would check it out in person and see if you like how it fits.
There was for me, as I'm new to the process of buying fabric. If I'm doing this right, I would be paying $240 plus shipping & duty for 2 meters of fabric for a jacket. My tailor will do a CMT jacket for $700 while he quoted me $1,400 for a jacket using the fabric I'm buying. He buys fabric through Isles Textiles so maybe they're making a big profit on resale.edit: Called Isles Textiles and they quoted me $150 per yard for fabrics in the Steadfast book.
For anyone that is interested, I called Smith's Woolens today and they do in fact sell to individuals. The man I spoke to, David, quoted me a price of 80 pounds (ex-VAT) per meter for a navy hopsack in the Steadfast line. The best way to communicate with them is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.