P.S.: Fixing the balance will be expensive and difficult - if it is possible at all.
I actually just called Field's to make an appointment for tomorrow, assuming, at the very least, to be able to tailor it to a good fit... but Mr. Kabbaz's words are making me a bit uneasy. The main reason I posted was to figure out whether the suit would have the potential to be a superb fit, and the initial posts seemed to say that the potential was there. In any case, I think I will talk to the tailors and take their advice. I'm hoping the lack of balance comes from my bad habit of standing with most of the weight on one foot (going side to side; I do it without thinking most of the time), or perhaps it's because my right shoulder is slightly more developed than the left due to playing a lot of tennis. And also just that I took bad, tilted pictures. In any case, at this point, I will cross my fingers and hope for the best at Field's. Considering that I got an Isaia suit for $480, I am certainly willing to pay for good tailoring. Thank you all very much for your help. And more comments are still welcome, of course.