Grass is always greener. I'm tall, and after discovering SF and Hober, Capelli, Marinella, I sold everyone of my ties (too short) and started replacing with proper length ones. Every season I see Ed's ties and can't get them. Also, I can't find a source for bespoke knit ties.
I can only second that comment (pushing 6'6" myself) . Even though I can tie most ties to the correct length, the back blade sometimes becomes substantially shorter than the front blade. Not much of a problem (compared to the reverse) - the more serious problem is that you often are forced to tie the knot too far up on the tie to achieve the correct length of the front blade. This means that the knot will be placed where the tie is not very wide and the result is that it s very hard to tie a beautiful know and the knot often becomes rather small. I didn't realize this early on and only recently have I started to pay attention to this when buying ties - getting ties that are longer length and/or at least wide enough at the spot where I have to tie them. So ties are definitely "one size fits all".