One thing that these sort of discussions miss is comfort and construction. The emphasis is on handwork, which I am not sure that I can even identify, an issue for real industry people and connoisseurs, instead of issues that the normal person encounters every day, like shoulder comfort, durability of construction, and quality of fabric. Most of my jackets and suits are new, so I do not know how they will age. But the most comfortable shoulders are my Borrelli and then the D'Avenzas, both of which feel like wearing sweaters. My Centofanti bespoke jacket's shoulders are stiff by comparison because of the style, but he fixed that problem on my jacket he is making now. My Boss casual jacket's fabric looks dull and lifeless compared to the other jackets I have (D'Avenza, Isaia, Borrelli, Canstangia). One amusing point: my least favorite jacket (not counting the Boss, which was meant to go with jeans), is the Canstangia, but Centofanti's tailor went berzerk over this jacket, I mean he loved it. I think I do not like the unforgiving nature of its silk content. By the way, I have a vested interest in d'Avenza's prestige: I have a sweetheart deal in this local boutique that essentially sells RTW d'Avenza at discount prices. But even I can tell the Borrelli is a notch better, and probably the most beautiful garment I have ever seen besides my Centofanti bespoke suit.