I'll go into some depth for the benefit of those who are learning. I have 2 valets in regular use and a 3rd spare/backup. My 'End of the day' valet has: -wheels. A great mobile unit to quickly move closer to your ironing station when need be. -accomodates 1 suit and 1 pair of shoes. -top accesories tray -2 side pull-out pins/pegs to hang ties, belts or suspenders (braces). My 'Tomorrow' valet has: -solid non-wheeled base with accessories drawer. (holds 1pr. of shoes-drawer for polish, brushes, buffing cloth, etc) -stronger construction. Not designed for moving around. -top accessories tray with accesories drawer -2 side pins for ties, belt and suspenders (braces) Though one can just as easily do with a single valet, or no valet at all, I prefer using 2. The 'today' valet, I use thusly: When I get home, I use the today valet for my suit or outfit. Once into my home clothes, I recommend perfoming some basic maintenance. Turn the pants inside-out, and shake them outside, then, using a damp cloth wipe the pants free of any dust or skin flakes. turn back outside-out. Wipe outside of pants. Iron if needed. Hang on valet rack. Shake off jacket and use a brush to the jacket to remove dust. Wipe with rag and hang on valet. Make any minor repairs immediately. Get into a good habit so your clothes are always ready. Re-sew any buttons that need it, or give a few stitches to any loose areas, ironing, etc. All of this should take no more than 30 minuites. Prepare the 'tomorrow valet' (10min) with your next days intended clothes. Next morning, hang the 'today' valets' outfit back in your closet before leaving for work. This way it will be ready again for you when you get home. I did not mention manufacturers because availability will be relativie to ones location. Think about the intended use of the valet and look for the features you will need.