I had the fitting with Martin Greenfield this morning. It was fantastic, I can't say enough good things about it. If you read my first post, I was a little concerned whether he would agree to the style I wanted, but when I got there, the suit he was wearing was almost identical to what I described in terms of details. I haven't had a MTM suit before, but I can't imagine getting a better made suit at this price anywhere else. The level of detail Martin goes to is excellent, and you know right off that you're talking to a legend in this part of the business. He told some good stories while I was there, about working with Flusser on his last book, being interviewed on CBS, and others. I'm pretty sure I'll be going back in the spring for another suit if this one turns out like I expect. If you're in the market for a MTM, check the schedule on Brooks Brothers website. If you're in Atlanta, you can probably still get in for an appt today or tomorrow - ask for Ty Kennedy, he'll set you with Martin. BTW it comes with one MTM shirt included too. They start at $1,100, mine was about $1,400. Oh and thanks again for the advice above. Despite the pleas of those here and Martin himself, I stuck with a plain dark navy since my old BB navy recently wore through in the seat. I always like a plain navy, and the details I got on this suit (ticket pocket, side ext tabs, working buttons) will look great. I also went with 2-button, I agree that the soft roll 3-button looks great, but Martin leaned toward a high roll 3-button or a 2-button, and since I'm tall and thin I like the look of 2 on me. The lapels are handstitched so it will roll nicely from the top button.