I also visited the "big 3" just before the handover. Baromon the most expensive of the 3, and not worth it. Â Good hand work, but unused to doing a good job with large American bodies. Â Never really looked right on me. Â Jacket too long, trousers too tight. Â Tung Chee-Hwa wears their stuff, I think. Â At their best, they are boring, like Oxxford in the bad old days. A-Man pretty good, if a bit surly. Â Mediocre cloth selection, need a bit of guidance on style. Â Good service from abroad once fittings have been done. Â Worth a look if you're passing through. Â If you and they see eye to eye, you'll get a decent suit for not a lot. Chan: Â best of the 3 in what matters to me. Â A few details obviously not SR quality-- buttonholes not too hot, and some visible machine work on the belt loops, for example. Â But careful, courteous, and gets all of the hard stuff right. Good fabrics on hand. Â I'm trying to reestablish contact to revise my SB pattern and have them copy an Anderson & Sheppard DB. Â Not the very best in the world, but excellent value if you're hard to fit. Â Also does a nice line of silk brocades from their ladies' shop--- good for exotic black tie vests. Â Just be sure to insist on 3 buttons--- I got 4 before I could squawk.