I don't know if you'd call them different lines, but I've seen three basic types of Moreschi shoes: driving mocs, regular lace-ups and loafers, and a small number of Norwegian-welted shoes. Calfskin versions of the driving mocs retail for around $300. They're very comfortable, and they have more support than do similar shoes from Ferragamo and JP Tod's. Calfskin versions of the regular lace-ups and loafers retail for around $360 or $370. They're similar in quality to some other Italian-made shoes like regular Santoni, Lavarazione Originale Ferragamo, and Gravati (although I would argue that they're not quite the level of Santoni and Gravati). It's hard to compare them to Allen-Edmonds shoes because the styling and construction methods are so different. I'd say that Allen-Edmonds probably has the sturdier shoe but that Moreschi makes a more stylish and comfortable product. I've only seen pictures of the Norwegian-welted shoes. I don't know how much they cost. It's worth noting that Moreschi uses a lot of exotic skins, particularly peccary and ostrich leg. Some of what they turn out is too exuberant for my tastes, but I think that their calfskin shoes are usually pretty good.