Some information that I thought might come in handy for those of you who, like me, wear orthotics and are thus usually limited by your shoe choices.
After visiting five different RM Williams stores in Sydney and Adelaide, I have discovered the following:
Every salesperson I spoke to suggested that I get the standard Craftsman, but take the size up by 1/2 - 1 size in order to accommodate the orthotic (in my case, this was a full size). This...kind of works, however do not do this.
My search eventually took me to the R.M. Williams Outback Heritage Museum and store in Prospect (the original factory) and the first thing the salesman there told me was that this was not the advice I should have been given. Instead, the Dynamic Flex Comfort Craftsman is the model to go for. It has a removable inner sole, and the height of the upper is 2-3mm greater than the standard Craftsman in order to accommodate that.
As a result, it is a matter of simplicity to remove the inner sole and insert my orthotics, while keeping the fit of the rest of the boot perfect for your foot. Having now tried it and experienced the difference between that and the 'bigger Craftsman' solution, the end result has been a perfectly fitting, very comfortable boot (instead of what I can now feel was definitely a compromise solution). Yes, you're stuck with the combination rubber/leather sole, but you can always get the boots MTO (which you will probably have to do anyway if you are going for the veal) or do what I will do, which will be to simply get the sole replaced with a leather screwed sole when resoling is needed.
Great advice. I actually put Superfeet Black insoles in my Mallees. I've yet to do this with my Dynamic Flex Craftsmans, as they're quite comfortable as is. However I'm considering it after running around London all day for several days on the DFCs and finding myself more fatigued.