I think between johanm and the self-critique, most of the fit points have been mentioned. The fit at the main points of the body isn't too bad really - there are a few diagonal and horizontal folds that indicates problems (prob a lower shoulder and upper back posture) that should certainly have been fix with 8 fittings (I still cannot believe this btw, never heard of this).
My point when i say that it's bad or that the uniqlo looks better is less about minutiae of fit and more about the overall look and proportions. Johanm calls it styling but, really, what is the point of a bespoke tailor if he doesn't have a good eye and cuts shoulders, lapels, length and all the lines to fit the specific customer and bring in a harmonious balance? How can he let him leave with skinny short lapels that don't jibe at all with the slightly extended padded shoulders and extra long sleeves? Even if the tailor accepts to cut such skinny lapels (which stand out), he should then bring the whole look together with coherent stylistic choices (e.g. narrow shoulders, cropped everything, a la TB). I look at the suit and it just strikes me as looking odd. Odd in a bad way, that's all, no hate. It is silly to call all these things merely stylistic preferences, these are all important choices that can make a garment look either good or bad - sure, one can prefer to look bad, but that doesn't change the fact that these stylistic choices are, in fact, not good.
I concur with your view on objective problems with styling...though while striving to take a relativistic perspective when surfing SW&D
I would note, for the sake of discussion, that cdhagg's suit is not miles away from this Raf one posted by impolyt:
The differences I observe are (i) tighter collar, (ii) slimmer trousers, (iii) slightly higher buttoning point, and (iv) it's worn by a Raf Simons runway model and not a maligned SF poster
You'd be surprised, even the world's most renowned bespoke tailors don't always nail those minute details: