Lomezz, I doubt you will find anything in higher-end RTW that is available in separates form, which is basically what you'd be getting if you purchased an "extra" set of trousers to match an RTW suit. If you are looking for well-made full canvas suits that won't require a ton of alterations, I'd go with WW Chan. In fact, I DO go with WW Chan. I find that spending $700-800/suit from them is more cost and time-effective than having RTW suits altered. I used to use a pretty good tailor who would extensively recut trousers and do minor coat alterations for a total cost of about $150/suit, but when you add up the cost of an RTW suit (plus shipping and taxes) and alterations, plus the time involved, it's easier for me to just visit WW Chan when they are in town (or even have them send me swatches), tell them what I want, and be done with it. I'm happier with my $750 WW Chan suits than I am with the $500 RTW suits my local tailor has altered for $150. Once you correct for taxes, I'm basically spending $50 more to get a full canvas product, made to my exact specification, which takes one less trip to the tailor (Chan includes shipping in their prices, while my "local" tailor is a 30 to 40 minute one-way drive from my office). I still buy RTW once in a while when I find a really good deal or need something faster than WW Chan can do it, but it can be tough to beat their quality without moving way up market. BTW, if you are out bargain hunting, I think some of the Italian diffusion lines are available in a seven inch drop. I recently was shopping at Loehmanns and ran across a cotton Trend Corneliani in 40R with trousers that probably ran about 32.5-33" waist, which I ended up buying. Yes, it is fused, but I liked the cut and style, needed a summer suit, and most of all, it was very inexpensive . . . .