Beat, looks nice. I would personally get a slightly longer jacket, drop the pockets slightly and lose the ticket pocket. Also, the trousers seem a bit skimpy. Also, are you slightly bow-legged? Perhaps talk to your tailor about taking in the crotch inseam to swing the pattern to make the legs fall straighter and less like: (( )) I have the opposite problem of being knocked kneed from my fat days. Also, to really nitpick just slightly reduce the trouser length.
Stylistically, I don't care for the contrast collar shirt.
I think the angle of the pic is a little low, so it's making the jacket look shorter. It covers my butt, and I actually had the front of the jacket cut longer than the back to fix a balance issue. I'm definitely bow legged, and that's a problem I've always had with suit pants. I'll talk to my tailor and see what they can do about it. Like Caustic Man just posted, this isn't a contrast collar shirt, it's just a standard light blue.
I have pretty medium shoulders, not too broad, not too narrow. I can try experimenting with some slightly wider shoulders next time. The cloth is a pretty standard medium grey twill, Gladson fabric. It's a four season fabric, right around 10oz.