Well, for one, the ideal eBay seller would not "hold out" on me about secret development programs he is running. That gripe aside, let me share my Sartorial Solutions/Carlo Franco experience. As some of you know, I had a tie problem. Now, there are a lot of people similar to myself at the start of wardrobe building who read my posts. I do not know about you all, but buying ties I actually find incredibly annoying. I do not like ties like Chuck does, matching all those little colors, I can just imagine a lot better ways to pass the day. And they are so expensive. Usually I like the one that costs over 100 dollars. Chuck sent me a crate of his ties. My wife picked the ones we liked, eight of them. I had ordered his ties before, and with 1 Kiton 7-fold I paid 100 dollars for exactly at Boyds ON SALE, I now have 13 really nice ties, and the Kiton is the least attractive of the bunch, purchased for around 80 dollars/tie. Only with this adequate selection can I have a prayer of putting together a decent outfit in the AM, and take my word for it, I do. AS A PRACTICAL MATTER, Chuck is the only one who is going to do this and he saved me a shitload of time and aggrevation. A shirt that he threw in with the first shipment though I begged him not to, was first-rate and is probably one of my nicest shirts. In fairness, I have to admit that while I do not profit from Chuck's business I do like the guy, so I am not exactly objective. But if I have any spare dollars in my pocket and he has something he "wants me to try," I will send the money and ask questions later.