I haven't seen them cut a single decent pair of trousers, the examples they post online lack drape and taper far too aggressively from the knee.
Many of the shots they post online aren't flattering - if they can't cut a decent suit for those advertising the brand I'm not going to consider them.
Yes, all these things can probably be changed, but resisting a house cut and styling is an uphill battle.
While I agree based on those pics, keep in mind that is their personal style. I had them make me a navy seersucker suit last year and was happy with it. Pants did need tweaking. I was actually just visiting them earlier today in NYC for another suit.
I have a KW suit and am much happier with my experience at PJ. Just my 2cents. Price points are different but so is the overall experience and product.
My pic from last year of the navy seersucker is in the PJ thread. They took my pants today to clean up. Granted seersucker is a stiff fabric that doesn't drape well and photos make it look worse than reality.