Dropped by and ordered a couple of shirts (same fabric, one button-down single cuff, one with their standard semi-spread collar and double cuffs) in the Â£85 range of fabrics earlier this week while in London. The Â£85 range are all Thomas Mason fabrics, while I believe the others are sort of a mixed bag of suppliers. They all seemed nice enough though. Erlend, the guy running the place, was very nice and helpful. Must have been someone else manning the shop when the earlier poster went by, as he is certainly very knowledgeable (Savile Row trained), and a fellow Norwegian to boot! As has already been pointed out, they are extremely flexible for a MTM maker — it seems you can pretty much have whatever you like as far as collar shape and what not goes. The range of fabrics is (or at least was then) somewhat limited, I would say somewhere around 60 or so total. But I got the impression that the amount of fabrics they have available is a little variable, so they may have more at some other point. They had all the basics anyway. Standard buttons are some sort of imitation (I'm guessing plastic, although I didn't have a close look), but MOP is available for an extra Â£3 per shirt. The MOP buttons they carry are rather thin (quite similar in thickness and shape to the buttons on Harvie & Hudson's RTW shirts, although I don't know if those are actually MOP), which I like, although I know many prefer the thicker ones. Will see if I can post some pics when the shirts arrive. From what I've heard of the shirts so far (granted, not that much), I haven't heard anything negative, so I would be very surprised if Â£88 (and that's before subtracting VAT) for a MTM Thomas Mason cloth shirt ended up being a bad investment. Fingers crossed.