Got my shirt yesterday. It's pretty good for a first try based only on measurements, but I'll need to make a few changes for the next shirt. The length is good since I plan on wearing this one tucked, but I'll have to crop some of the length off on future shirts if I want to wear it casually.
And the only other issue is that it's a little tight across the top of my back. The yoke measurement is fine, and it's good across the top of the shoulder too, but right at the line where the fabric from the shoulder section of the shirt and the back of the shirt are stitched together (sorry I don't know the technical name for this section), it's tighter than I would have expected. If I reach my arms forward, I can feel it pulling across the top of my back. I don't think I specified a measurement for this part...I assumed if I gave them the yoke measurement than this one would be scaled accordingly, but it's noticeably smaller than any other shirt I own. The yoke is around 18.5" but this line is only 17.25" measured across from shoulder to shoulder. I'll have to make sure I give them a specific measurement for this section next time so it doesn't turn out too small.
Other than that, all the other measurements are perfect and the shirt fits great. I really like the Sky Blue Summer Chambray fabric, it's perfect for warmer weather. I didn't get a chance to take some pics last night but I'll try tonight.
That's exactly how mine are, on the upper back. I've learned to deal with it, I'd rather not have the slack in the upper back and I don't like pleats there.
Pics or ban.