I was the other guy on AskAndy who tried Chesterton. What you get from Chesterton is a quasi-MTM suit. If you're confident in the measurements you give them, the suit will fit very well. My pants turned out great, but the jackets did not. Unfortunately, the guys taking the measurements and turning them over to the factory don't appear to be tailors who can tell you if your measurements don't make sense. In terms of construction, it's a half-canvas suit w/ fused lapels. You do get some hand detailing such as pick-stitching along the lapels and there is handwork on other parts of the jacket. If you get a double-vented jacket, you'll get a strip along the tail that attempts to keep the vents closed. This mechanism has been described in AskAndy in less than glowing terms. Summation: If fit is your priority, than Chesterton could very well be a bargain. However, if construction is at the top of your list, then you're probably better off somewhere else.