Can't quite figure out Ricky. Â I ordered 10 shirts in April of 2004, and received a quick response that only nine of the fabrics were in stock. Â He sent me three shirts per post over several months. Â All were well done and to my specs. I again ordered 10 shirts last month, and was rather surprised when Ricky charged my credit card immediately. Â The charge, however, was not consistent with the order, so I went back to last years order and found that he had never charged me for that order...which was, presumably, the most recent charge to my credit card. I enjoy ordering from Jantzen; my job can be sometimes hands-on and I often change my dress shirt a couple of times per day. Â It's not uncommon that I destroy a shirt either, which makes it necessary for me to buy many more shirts than some would think necessary. Having Jantzen as a source of tolerably well made shirts that are, to some extent, disposable allows me to wear a decent shirt and at the same time not worry about ruining it. This being said, I have no idea, given his methods, how Ricky manages to stay in business. Â I guess that is comes down to volume, volume, volume. I have learned, however, to be more vigilant about checking my monthly credit card statements. What the status of my most recent order is I have no idea. Â I guess time will tell.