I guess there are a few reasons, but I don't know how to succinctly explain this so it's spoiler'd below.
In any case, it's a stock 48 iirc, but with a slightly smaller fit in the waist. If I do sell it, it'll go up on B/S in a couple days.... (Click to show)
The first—and most important—thing is that, even though it fits pretty well all around, I'm not 100% happy with the fit. It's too tight at the waist, so if I zip it up then any shirt that I'm wearing beneath gets constricted and "skirts" out (if that makes any sense). It also doesn't help that after 13 years of playing hockey I've got an uncommon booty-waist ratio; the jacket can kind of accentuate that in a not-so-flattering way. And I can't imagine that my waist will be getting any smaller over the years (I'd prefer it didn't, to be honest). I love wearing it—I think it looks great—but I'd be way more satisfied with something that fit better.
Beyond that I know that there are other things I'd like to have in order to round out my wardrobe: better t's, button-down's, a hat (holy shit do I ever need one now more than ever), etc. I'd also like to have a piece of outerwear for the spring that isn't black, i.e., something that can be worn with dark indigo and khaki without looking, respectively, too Grease or too Indiana Jones. For a while I'd been thinking a ToJ varsity would be nice to get for my spring outerwear. I'm still wondering if that would be best.
And maybe this last point contradicts what I've said or implied earlier in this post or in other posts, but I'm unsure about just how well "edgy" items mesh with how I want to dress. This is something I've been wondering for a while, and I still don't have any clear idea at the moment. Which isn't to say that a part of me wants to "dull down" my style... It's just, I don't really know how to explain it. I think part of this also has to do with not being able to access or try on different clothes whenever I like in order to see what I might like. So I'd rather start with the more basic stuff (as mentioned above) and then figure out where to go from there.