Regarding buttoning, I recall being chided for this several times by Centofanti and his tailor, so I have to take responsibility. The mill was Scabal, or at least that is the brand. I do not know the mill. Regarding my "bravery," one has to accept that I am not a model and my wife no photographer, and also that there are always going to be some impolite flakes who say unkind things (vis several remarks about my Borrelli) and the inevitable bizarre pseudonymous post (viz "Mr Borrelli" and "Mr Brioni"). Once you accept this, it is easy. Of course, my seeing a patient who had weeks to live yesterday, does help put things into perspective, even for a neurotic Jew who is "the worst doctor in the world (Mark Goldberg)" I have no real complaints about the suit, but I would still like to know what the result would be with a superior RTW suit from Yoox or Ebay (say, Castangia or Borrelli) and substantial re-fitting of the pants. By the way, Centofanti's tailor went on and on about my Castangia jacket and how much he loved it, more than the Borrelli. I am glad I did not return it, it fits me very well now since I had the sleeves adjusted. In answer to the question "What now," I am waiting for some Jantzen shirts. I will appraise those and order more if I am satisfied. If not, I will try Liste Rouge, which is much more expensive but promises great speed at three weeks. My wife is vexed with me that I have so few shirts and she has given me an ultimatum.... I think I need another jacket or suit. Centofanti goes on vacation in August and he is so knowledgeable I really only trust him now to do alterations on anything I buy. I guess there is no rush. I have sent to Cordings for photos of their jackets. By the way, their bespoke jacket is truly bespoke and not MTM, but the catch is that it is half-fused and half canvas, whatever that means. I really do not have the patience to do these round-the-world bespoke orders with Darren or whomever. Local, internet, or bust.