I think that people who purchase "Neapolitan" suits with italian sounding names, designed by a pre-IPO Dutch corporation and made in China, probably contribute more to the romanticized image of Neapolitan tailoring than those who decide they're going to give their business to actual tailors in Naples to keep that craft alive.
Yes, let's spend your entire wardrobe budget on two bespoke suits from Naples. Such good advice!
My statement was made in the context of people seriously advising a guy with zero tailoring experience who needs to wear a suit 5-6 days a week to fly to Naples and get two bespoke suits, while he could get 4-5 decent Suitsupply suits, and have enough money left over for 2 pairs of well made shoes and 10 shirts.
Bespoke might be nice, but it's not worth spending your entire wardrobe budget on two suits just to get bespoke. Anyone who gives that advice romanticises Naples/bespoke too much in my book.