They have a bunch of near-misses in their line-up: The cut on of the t-shirts isn't great - short in the body and sleeves and pretty boxy - but they're made with a nice, soft material. The cardigan blazer or whatever they called it was close to being a solid piece, but the rippling at the hemline ruined it. It's kind of like they forgot to finish designing it and left out an important detail. I tried out one of the suede belts, but the d-ring design doesn't work with double-layered leather so I ended up returning it and paying a little more for an Epaulet belt in a similar material.
I feel like I got what there was to get out of the first couple of runs of oxfords, which are nicer than Uniqlo but definitely not on the level of WvG, and the 'at-cost' belt. I guess the current product line is geared toward the GQ Everyman: mediocre cuts for mediocre physiques, and average prices for slightly better-than-average materials.