masterfred, I'm not really sure they have a "house style," as they try to be versatile enough to fit the demands of a wide variety of people. That said, I do have them work in an English-influenced style: three-button, with side vents, flap pockets and ticket pocket, soft shoulders and a bit of waist suppression. I had them do slanted pockets the first couple of times, now I've gone back to straight pockets, which I find that I prefer. The trousers have all been the same style: cuffed with double reverse pleats, inside brace buttons, and a watch pocket in the waistband on the right front side (watch pocket is a standard feature IIRC). On the other hand, I have a friend who gets ventless suits with a bit more shoulder padding and less waist suppression, and his suits look great despite the different style. BGW asked about overall quality. I'm not sure how to answer that. We're talking about a custom made full canvas suit that sells for as little as $750 US. If you account for that price point, their suits at least equal, and more likely blow away any RTW suit you are going to find for $750 counting taxes and alterations. When you take price out of the mix it is a bit harder to judge. Is it made as well and as consistently as an Oxxford? Well, I don't really think so. But if it helps at all, I prefer my WW Chan suits to either my Chester Barrie-era RLPL or my RTW Corneliani. The basic reason I stick with WW Chan is that they make me a very good suit in the fabric and style I want, with minimum hassle. I wear a 40 coat and I have a 31.5 waist, and unless I want to buy separates I invariably have to get significant alterations done to my RTW suits. So I'd rather spend $750 on a suit from Chan than hunt through sale racks and outlet stores for $500 RTW suits and have them altered, especially since I always seem to have trouble getting alterations done exactly right. If I need something fast, or come across a really good deal, I'll still buy RTW. But I'm running 4-1 in favor of WW Chan since I found them two years ago.