Yes, I discussed this before but there didn't seem to be a consensus on the wrinkled vag issue. Perhaps it wasn't understood, but we went ahead and spec'ed the fabric to be laundered and shrunk before they start cutting anything, so there's gonna be little to no shrinkage or puckering of the seams on this shirt. You can see that in the pics of the placket, which show it after pre-wash and then a home wash. When these shirts arrive they will be soft and free of starch, the out of package look won't be crisp and paper-y like you're used to with normal shirts.
There are some really pleasant aspects regarding the construction of this shirt that I really can't get enough of; the floating non-fused interface in the collars and cuffs is amazing. The collar itself rolls so beautifully and has such a substantial feel in the oxford cloth; that part must be seen to be believed. Likewise, the cuffs have the same substantial but unstructured feel that makes them do a slight hourglass where they come in for the button. There's these subtle organic shapes here and there that just make this shirt look so genuine and real, out of time, they make normal shirts look so 2D and without personality. Barring the trends in collar and cuff sizes that come and go, this is like what you'd imagine a shirt from 100 years ago to be like. I realize how ridiculously fluffy this all sounds and there will be those who give zero fucks, and the shirt wasn't really made for them, but it really must be experienced to be appreciated. This is a definite game-changer piece.