@kulata got the makers right.
@venividivicibj the fabric is really quite beautiful, really a perfect light material for a summer jacket. do think there's a limit to the jacket's versatility in terms of trouser pairings. I would not be a fan of northern lights in a summer fit though I suppose it might work with the right blue trouser. But I would happily wear the jacket with white, cream or light stone/grey trousers. I'm toying with the idea of organizing a GMTO in the navy version of the same fabric, though I would actually prefer something a touch lighter from true navy (see below).
@ellsbebc The collars are the Kamakura collar but done with some slight tweaks through my shirts via Hemrajani (mytailor).
@YRR92 They are beat up jeans. Perhaps too beat up for the BD, but I don't mind.
My own take: I actually like the second and third the best though I would happily wear all three. The length, opening of the quarters, and width of the lapel are fine. The shoulders are different in each, and I agree that the Formosa has the straighter, and hence more desirable shoulder. The sleeve head differs in each with more extension in the Eidos and Formosa.
I have several in the Tipo fit, which is the jacket in the first picture though I generally have to have the waist taken in a touch for me to be satisfied with it). I don't mind the higher gorge as it's a balance between having the appearance of a wide lapel that doesn't feel wide given the upward swoop..
The SuSu is the Jort which would pretty much work untailored with the exception of a little bit of clean-up under the collar in the back. But the sleeves need no alteration and the length is fine. I was surprised how well the Jort fit and given that it is depending on the fabric a third of the price of the Formosa, is very tempting. The wonderful thing about Formosa, of course, is the selection of fabrics, the provenance, and the construction.
On possible Formosa GMTO fabrics, here are two I'm thinking of, but Greg and Kyle have tons of books to flip through:
Here's the Navy Delfino (though something a touch lighter might be nice):
This heavy weight blue/grey herringbone might be something to consider for next winter too.