Overall, I like the new streamlining, however, I feel like there's still some more streamlining that could be done in B&S, particularly now that it's moved to one item per listing.
I like that we can now filter out what kind of pieces we can look at, but given the one item per listing rule, how about some way to refine which sizes you want to look at, determined in inches and/or centimeters?
This way a person doesn't have to search through all the sub-categories (shirts, trousers, etc.) but can save their measurement preferences for that particular category to display only items that fall within their own measurements.
Seems like it wouldn't be too difficult. You just have radio buttons with measurements that the buyer or seller would choose. So, for Chest Sizes in shirting or outerwear, you would have 7 different size buttons to choose for that item. I imagine it would look like this:
[radio button] 36 inches and lower
[radio button] 36-38
[radio button[ 38-40
[radio button] 40-42
[radio button] 42-44
[radio button] 44-46
[radio button] 46 and up
Then do the same for the shoulder to shoulder measurements, shoulder hem to sleeve cluff, length of item, etc.
These measurements wouldn't have to be mandatory for the seller (it would be nice though), but it would at least help a buyer with a 42 chest to receive only listings that fit the measurements of a 42 sized shirt or jacket, rather than having to sift through a bunch of 36-38 sized shirts. And having measurements instead of tag sizes clears up the US/International sizing dilemma. Sure, everybody measures a little differently, but at least you're getting within the same ball park and once a buyer clicks on the link, usually the seller has more exact measurements listed in the sale anyway. Items like suits that have multiple pieces would have three different fields for the seller to work with (Jacket, vest/waistcoat, trousers) and mirrored for the buyer to be able to select from and then save to their personal preferences.
This will help buyers find exactly what they're looking for and help sellers move their stuff faster because the right people will be finding it.
Anyway, my two cents.