To be honest, the more I think about what pair to order, the more confused I get. I had ordered a pair of Stowes last month, that everyone here helped me choose, last, color, etc. It was great having such educated shoe minds give their suggestions to me, and I am certain they are going to be beautiful when they show up this summer. The boots though, I cant figure out. I am torn between 3 styles, and I simply cant decide: #1- warwick, 606 last, double leather sole, fudge welt, in acorn antique. #2 - Olney, 606 last, double leather sole, fudge welt, in acorn antique, with a toe medallion. #3 - Halifax, either 505 0r 58 last (if anyone has any additional info on the 58 it would be greatly appreciated), Edwardian antique, medway sole, fudge welt. I keep shuffling back and forth between the styles. It should be said that I currently own a pair of Olneys, in dark brown antique, 2 pairs of banburys (one in dark oak antique, single leather sole), and the other in chestnut antique, double dainite sole. What do you guys think, or do you have any other suggestions for a pair of boots. as for my salesman at Saks on those Olneys, it wasnt Gary. I get my suits through the saks 5th ave. club, in the back of the 6th floor, and I work with a gentleman there who put them aside for me. He knows I have a thing for EG shoes, and boots.