I have been making the same designs from the outset until now, without changes; the reason I had mentioned possible design changes is because I've been seeing the same designs for about 5 months straight now. I don't know what further changes I'd make, but I think it might be different designs altogether, outside of the 3 I have now. Possibly while still offering the original designs. I think in terms of learned wisdom, I would recommend the smallest sizes (<48) go beltless on the DR, and then possibly epaulet-less to match) because the belt really pops out a lot; the width of the belt is not variable between sizes and so the same belt width and buckle goes on basically every jacket. Looks really nice on the big sizes, but on the 44's and 46's, I feel it's pushing it maybe. It's personal taste and some people really like the belt so that's not a definite thing; for me, I'd probably go beltless on my own for cleanliness. Motos, they are best with the standard 4 zip front. Changing them around can have weird results IMO. Bombers are always fking immaculate, and the fur is highly recommended. It's $30 extra but I am passing along that part at cost, because I think it really makes the attitude of the jacket. Even if you get it and don't wear the fur part on it, it's nice to have for someday later when tastes and trends change. A fur-collared Bomber is a nice wardrobe staple, they come in and out all the time, and they are gonna be big soon, I feel. It's not a perfect historical replica of an A2 or a G-1, and it's supposed to be on the slimmer side to represent a more fashionable silhouette (check out I<3Bacon in WAYWT, he's wearing the original TOJ Bomber), but it's the most forgiving cut and gives to a lot of guys of different sizes a good fit. I'm thinking of making a tiny shrunken one for my girlfriend even. Ask anyone whose gotten a lamb Bomber, and they will tell you it's nuts. When I go to pick up Bombers each week, I get really excited because they are so insanely well-made with out a skip. The guy who makes those actually puts saran wrap down on top of the leather while he sews, and tears it away from the seams after he's done, so as not to damage the leather with the foot of the sewing machine.