If our production runs clear, the store is stocked, and Dan seems to have free time in the future and we sewing table space, we may entertain the idea of MTM'ing for an added surcharge and the conditions that a) the person actually really needs it and doing this much work for one jacket will be worth it, b) that person understands how much time it takes to make a jacket from scratch and can accept this fact, and c) back to point a, it's not some nitpicky person who is asking for .5" off somewhere, rather it's somebody like Islander who is much taller than most of you guys and genuinely needs a unique size, so it won't be an option on the table for most. The .5" people will simply be told no.
As someone who does need MTM (at least length adjustments) this is great to hear! I'd gladly pay an upcharge to get something that fits properly - which very few OTR jackets do.
Now to decide what to order before the cutoff. Definitely getting a peacoat, and maybe a T-1 if I can swing it.