Describing every item for sale in B/S as a "staple" was pretty cool a year ago, but I predict will start generating backlash in just a short matter of time. After that, I predict the term "grail" will take its place and enter the cycle.
Also, I'm wondering when describing even the most machine-made item as having "decent handwork" is going to get old. The only items on which I ever observe true "handwork" are certain Italian tailored items (Isaia, Kiton, Brioni, SP, Attolini), Oxxford, MG for BB, and a few others.
Sorry, but that pickstitching on your Brooks 1818 suit was not done by hand, and does not qualify as "handwork."