It's hard to tell sometimes, because they don't have different "lines" per se (like, no "studio" or "tramezza," etc.) It's just mostly in handling them in person; the crappier stuff makes you go, "This is Ferragamo? It sure feels crappy." If this one had a nice feel to the leather, had decent hardware and lining, I'd say it's probably worth it, if you really liked the bag. Some of the lower-end stuff almost feels so cheap you'd think it was fake... if you weren't looking at it AT a ferragamo boutique (haha). So, I'd say go for it, though you might also check out Yoox and the Bill Amberg/Globetrotter duffles. They're very nice, too, and a LOT less expensive. Being in the UK, you could also check out Amberg's regular line, which probably wouldn't be much more than 450 quid on sale. I'd say his stuff would be miles ahead of any Ferragamo line.