Here is a pic of the area I'm most concerned about:
Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
That is how suede works, embrace the chaos. As the nap gets worn, it will disappear. If you have a white eraser (drawing quality not pink) you can use that while you are waiting for the brush.
from my limited experience,
the 358 runs tts (but elongated and some would say narrow),
the 348 is the benchgrade version of 358 and runs a hair longer than 358;
the 325 E would be too wide/voluminous for your B width foot (but sizing down might leave your toes cramped;
the 341 runs comfortably TTS but a tad short in the toes so if you're sizing down to get the width right, it might be too short.
if I were to guess among the above, the 358/348 would be your best bet. Alternatively you can email the C&J store (Ny or london) and see if they can special order something in your correct size/width (even a UK D would be better than trying to size down in the UK standard E width shoes)
I recently bought the Camberley. Unfortunately, I can only compare them to another pair of boots on the 348 (Tetbury) because I do not have any regular shoes on it. I feel that the Camberley is a bit more forgiving in terms of sizing compared to the Tetbury since the upper monk buckle locks you quite well into position in the heel. I seems to me that the instep is a little lower as well.
I have a rather narrow heel and eventhough I have the Tetbury in half size smaller than the Camberley I experience the same amount of (really minimal) heel slip in both pairs.
The 348 is a narrow last to me and my Tetburies can become uncomfy on my pinkies during longer walks, hence the small size increase on the Camberley.
I will report back here once they got some more wear.
Congrats! Mine too. I was tempted to wear them on the spot as I picked them up on the way to a meeting and in a downpour. I stupidly wore a pair of suede bluchers that were soaked.