Buying high end suits, just like buying anything else, has to be sensible and calculated to a certain degree.
Be it bespoke, MTM or OTR, I personally think a bit of research into what you are going to buy will save you from unexpected remorse.
I personally own quite a few Tom Ford suits over the years, sports jackets, blazers, pants of different fabric, shirts, etc. That is all I wear now these days simply because I have learned to appreciate the workmanship & quality that has been invested in Tom Ford pieces.
I didn't simply jumped into the hype and drama surrounding Tom Ford the brand but I was intrigued enough by the ongoing debate on Tom Ford at the time, and I took the time to find out what the hype was all about. And I wasn't expecting to be floored by his 'sartorial intuition' from an ex-creative designer from Gucci. I have been on a quest for classic menswear that stands the test of time, not buying into something fashionable. And of course, unexpectedly for me, during my quest in exploring TF's clothing, it led me to discover the immense quality and fit Tom Ford offers that very few OTR or ready-to-wear offers in this vast market, that fitted my body the way I wanted it to be.
I am glad I did not have to go through the hassle of going bespoke to convey how I want the chest portion of the suit to look like this or how I want the the shoulders to look like that. And to fork out a few grand based on an image of how you want the suit to look like in your head, which may or may not be conveyed to the tailor in his own head, and that is the big gamble, to me. And I do not want to load my wardrobe with clothes or suits that I dont wear.
I must credit Jefferyd's post on his blog. It certainly helped foster my understanding on the construction of suits in general, as well Tom Ford's. I have been a 'victim' of paying full price for Tom Ford's suits, pants, shirts and I had my fair share of attaining them at discounted prices. Would I pay full price for a Tom Ford suit again? I absolutely would. My recent purchase was a beautiful navy large check 3-piece suit and it is consistent with the price of OP's.
The quality of a suit has to be appreciated and one has to be able to make an informed choice, Price always comes up in debates like this. Pay what you think it is worth and then, there will be (little) remorse.
Does Tom Ford do bespoke?
I believe if you have the means in your pocket to do it, Tom Ford will offer it.
Customised shoes, bags, shirts, and bespoke Tom Ford suits, etc.
Tom Ford has a master tailor who will accommodate to it. And I believe at this stage, only at Madison Ave? Correct me if i"m wrong.
I know the master tailor travels around the globe only for MTM annually.
Congrats to OP on your wonderful 3-pieces. Quite a jump to get all 3 at once.
Nevertheless, enjoy them.