Noodles has already gone down the Formosa route, with mixed results. The suits don't look too bad on him (even counting the debacle over the mis-sizing or whatever happened with one suit, but let's not re-hash that again), but they don't look outstanding, either.
Let's not forget that regardless of brand, if a suit/shirt/jacket/shoes don't fit well, it's a waste of money. Having said that, of course, here on SF we do tend to nitpick a bit too relentlessly at times and forget that people outside our little bubble generally don't notice/care about the same things that we do here on SF.
TF - Noodles, please don't get TF. It's outrageously expensive and, as far as I'm aware, the TF stuff that you'll see on sale will pretty much always be their less conservative designs - large checks, big peak lapels and so on. That may not suit your needs at work.
Brunello Cucinelli - Noodles, please don't get any BC suits, either. Once again, they tend to be quite fashion forward and as Cox noted, they are cut quite slim, both in jackets and trousers. While the fabrics are nice, you're paying a lot for the brand name. Also, all of the BC jackets that I've seen have keyhole buttonholes on the lapels, which I don't like (but that's subjective - others may not care about that particular detail).
Please just go to Paul Stuart, Brooks Brothers, Suit Supply or somewhere similar that is affordable and which offers a range of cuts in different colours and fabrics, and try on a variety until you find something that fits you well.
Whatever you do, don't buy stuff off the internet that you haven't had the chance to try on, as that doesn't seem to work well for you personality as you then obsess over it (but maybe that's just your internet persona, rather than your real-life persona).