346 Madison, as well as One New York Plaza, are offering the Golden Fleece shirtings again. I was shocked myself to see it, as it was only a year ago that they completely phased them out. There are about eight RTW shirts (maybe more, at this point) at 346 Madison, all of them very nice fabrics in attractive patterns.
In my view, the stitching on the GF shirts is as fine as almost anything you'll find on the RTW market. The collars seem very good as well, though I'm not sure if they are fused or stitched interlinings (I think they are stitched). At $225, I have to believe they have one of the smaller markups of anything at Brooks Brothers, and probably the best deal in RTW shirting (provided you like the fit). There is no handwork, but that's not really something to be concerned about with shirts. Only a few shirts display any handwork, and the jury is out on whether it is a good thing.
The question all comes down to fit. Like Duveen said, these are not trim fit shirts. But the sales guy at Brooks told me that they are actually cut slightly more tapered than Brooks "original" fit. He said it is more alone the lines of the "luxury fit" shirt.
All in all, if you like how the shirt fits, IMO it's a great buy at $225 retail -- wait for a 25% sale and get it for significantly less. Also, I don't think that the Brooks MTM program will offer a shirt with the bells and whistles of the Golden Fleece shirting, but I could be wrong.