My personal problems with the shirts are partly my own mistake, partly theirs. I've had this recent bout of sewn in collar stays, on my first shirt I wrote "big chest and big belly" of which I am apparently neither, I wrote my wrist as being larger than it actually is for my 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th shirts, and I have one beautiful french cuff shirt with a "hard" interlining in the collar and none in the cuffs which I found odd, and actually I only noticed today when I wore one of my new sewn-in stays shirts that one has a gusset triangle and the other doesn't. Most of the mistakes are mine, but now that I finally have the personal specs down to perfection I just wish that the particulars had matched up to my own expectations.
At any rate, I'm still happy enough with the shirts to not throw a fit over them and was actually pleasantly surprised with the sizing this time around (cheers to me).
Same token, now that I think about it, it is possible for a tailor (local) to shrink down my wrist size? I have an 18cm wrist and those four shirts mentioned above with big wrist syndrom were ordered at 42cm. No, I won't take a picture. Thankfully Ricky isn't an idiot and made them somewhere on the order of 22cm. They are french cuff, all of them, so I'm not sure if it's even possible to have them shrunk.
Looking back on my measurements it appears as though on the same order I wrote my neck size as being 41cm and my wrist size as being 42cm. I'll bet they had a great laugh at the cartoon impressions that must have been drawn in my honor.