I bought a pair earlier this year in Barcelona -- calf-skin full brogues in a lovely cognac. The last is very similar to my Green 202s, which are also a full brogue, although with slightly longer in the toe (i.e., less rounded). Goodyear stitched. Nicely finished throughout -- leather lined, good stitching and coloring, etc. 280 euros ($348, but I got a VAT returned). Easily the level of Sargents, if not superior finishing in my opinion. IMO better than Italian shoes sold for a higher price range in the States (see Barneys' Lidforts and Harris and Tods for comparison). When in Spain, I also looked at the Yankos which gets some play on these boards, and the Albaladejos were far ahead in terms of quality. I recall that what got everyone excited on the boards was the cordovan. For one, I found the cordovan work to be fine, but nothing special. Based on descriptions of the Paris store (Andrej?), it sounded like the Spanish tastes were more basic and the French models were more expensive and dramatic. The cordovans in Barcelona were only brogues and loafers -- no whole cut -- and only in brown, black and cordovan color. The price was closer to 400 euros if memory serves.