Might I chime in. The fit of the suits is quite good in my eyes although I have a few things to mention. These are my views and tastes. 1) The Chan tuxedo.... a) The breast pocket needs to be moved up at around 1/2". I have the same problem with my Chan suit b) From the picture, it seems that you have wide shoulders. I would narrow the shoulders a bit, say around 1/4" to 3/8" on each side. A thin layer of padding to raise it up would also help. c) Seeming that you have stronger, pronounced features, ie. broad shoulders and a head to complement them, I would lean for a slightly narrower lapel with the peaks angled a bit more vertically to offset the stocky build while raising the gorge by 1/8" to 1/4" to elongate the torso. d) Giona is absolutely right about the sleevehead. A bit higher would do wonders. 2) The Noble House suit... a) The notch on the lapels looks to be at the right place. b) From the pic, it appears the top button was meant to be buttoned. c) Giona is right again. The pockets needs to be moved up a bit. d) If those pockets are moved, then the breast pocket needs to be moved up a bit to balance everything out. e) The bottom needs to be flared out more to accommodate the top open portion. Sorry, I don't know the technical name for this. Alas, that is the beauty and problem with bespoke. The first one will always not have the exact portions correct. Some of these are also a problem with my Chan suit. Good RTW suits have this down. The proportions are well thought out so everything looks right to the eye. With bespoke, it is a work in progress since every suit is not cut to the same ratios like a a good RTW is. Hope this helps. Bravo to you posting pics.