The problem with Spanish tailoring is that, from what I've seen around (there are lots of bespoke-wearing people where I work at) the jackets are usually rather constructed, with a very rigid canvas, and the chest is leaner than I'd like. No drape to be seen. Tailors here are always reticent to change their in-house style, but there may be something different around. I need to look for it.
House style is a thing of marginal difference relative to fit and features. I'd take a well-fit Huntsman over a so-so-fit Rubinacci any day.