Actually it is not "Super 130's" (micronage) as in wool but a "Super fine 130's" where I believe they are not referring to micronage but the same numbers used in shirtings where a 2x1 130's would be believable in this case. The finest linen I've seen is a swatch of D&J Andersen's 'Zephyr' 2x2 170's for shirts. a 130's would be a very finely woven linen. As to the brand - there are any number of factories in Italy which turn out one brand one day, another brand the next day and perhaps a brand for an ebay seller the third day. Now I would take issue with appraising it at $1200+ but would guess it is pretty standard fused construction typical of a $300 suit. For a $189 buy it now price I'd rate it as probably a fair deal. The seller has close to 6000 total positive feedbacks, 1 negative and 5 mutually withdrawn which meanse they are entirely trustworthy. Think about it - out of 6000 transactions, assuming that one person in 300 is a totally unreasonable butthead that feedback score is pretty hard to argue with. So... my evaluation would be that for $189 you'd have trouble finding a brand new linen suit for much less. If I was lookin I might suggest checking out if there are some Ralph Lauren (POLO label, blue label, purple label or the new black label) suits that you like - Ralph uses nice linens typically. Using SUPER and a large number these days is the most annoying marketing scam. I saw a "Super 150's" trouser the other day in a store - Poly/viscose blend. At that point I decided that the 'Super Arms Race' will be over soon - it has officially crossed over to the dark side.