Evan, I have only one shirt experienc -- an Italian 120s -- and the fabric was of comparable quality to a mid-priced Zegna, in my opinion. Certainly a Brioni shirt will be of a finer fabric, but the price reflects that. I've looked at lots of shirts, but never closely enough to compare quality. I would say that the value of a Jantzen shirt is roughly 3 to 4 times the price you pay. 1/4 of that reflects the fact that it is MTM, and 3/4 reflects the fabric/construction quality. So, if it helps, I'd say that the quality is roughly that of $150 shirt. Between my Jantzen and my Ike Behar, I'd probably take the Jantzen fabric/construction. The thing to look out for is the collar measurements. What Jantzen refers to as "big" or "long" or "high" is actually fairly standard American. Most users here think that the "standard" Jantzen collar heighth and length is somewhat short and small. I'd agree with that. Measure your favorite shirt's collar points. In the end, I'm planning on never buying a store bought dress shirt again. All my shirts will come from Jantzn.