One more time, you are paying for a service at a certain price point. It isn't going to be perfect every time because I imagine that quality control is impossible for them to predict. This is why they allow for tolerances. You want .25" tolerance at a price point that it isn't justified by and doesn't require it to maintain a good business model.
Price point, huh?
News flash, SeÃ±or Weiner. Not everyone buys $29 shirts. MT offers hundreds of fabrics ranging from $170 to $250 (clearly a solid piece of their business model). Are you seriously going to tell me that at THAT price point you would be fine with a standard variation of more than .75 of an inch in those measurements? Bullshit.