You had much of the suit adjusted for a person who doesn't need much alteration! According to the salesman, right?
RTW will not be perfect unless your body, posture and proportion, is perfect. The trouser needs the waistband removed and reattached working in fullness over your hips and lowering and straightening the back part. A very intensive task on a finished trouser that will throw off the rear pocket position.
You have a very low right shoulder, that's why the right front hangs lower than the left in the picture with the front unbuttoned. Back blades are a little sloppy.
I just went in for round 3 on Saturday. I'll post pictures of the result. Work to be done includes:
Raising the waistband, additional leg tapering, shortening the length a tiny bit, reshaping the shoulders, fixing the roll on the back by doing some collar work, doing something to the shoulder to smooth it out, and slimming the sleeves.
If it doesn't look perfect this time, I may have to raise hell.
Not sure how tapering the trouser will improve anything.
Biggest issue is you have a very prominent left shoulder blade. To reach sartorial nirvana may require more than even MTM can provide. MTM suit is cut for you and individualized to a certain degree. The degree to which adjustments are made depends on the maker. After that it is run thru the factory as any other suit. The execution of adjustments is brought to fruition and highly dependent on skilled sewing.