I would add that Mahon seems to cut a softer looking, more drape-ish jacket, whereas Steed seems to have a cleaner back, less drape in the front, and a more swollen chest. Those are just my observations, however, and I welcome any corrections.
Perhaps one could ask for something similar from Mahon, and perhaps he would do it for you, but I thought since Steed's cut already looks so great, it would be quite special if we could have them come out to California. They could make some very handsome, softly-tailored fall or winter jackets.
The alternative, by the way, is to visit Edwin and Matthew in London. They said it would take about two weeks to complete a jacket. That's a bit less convenient than if we could have them visit us.
I think you pretty much nailed it. They definitely have a very distinct silhouette and that's the issue. I'm not sure how many people out here on the west coast, especially L.A. are looking for that kind of style in their suits and sportcoats, as beautifully made as they are.