McTits, for what it's worth, I think your suit is outstanding, and I like what you've done with it. The problem with SF sometimes is that it begins to develop its own iron-clad orthodoxy - currently grey flannel or tweed it seems. Which are both great. But it's nice to see someone staying firmly in the realms of classic menswear (I maintain that this is just not the place for jeans and anoraks), while taking some risks on pattern and combinations. Yours works for me, and like any bold style choice, it is largely dependent on the man carrying it. No photograph can tell that truth, but in real life I can imagine you have the personality to make that kind of statement - a bit of swagger, if you will.
Actually, I envy the SF illuminati their tweed and flannel defaults, that are just too warm for me where I live - my own routine style of looser-fitting linen suits is as much a function of geography as aesthetic preference, and the SF-standard is something I adore when I get the chance. But whatever your reasons for choosing something away from that, I applaud you. A mixed response is better than a shrug of the shoulders, especially if you know that when you go out in the real world, you look and feel like the nuts and everybody knows it. Good on you, McTits.