I have two shirts purchased in the summer of 2004. They aren't trim, but they aren't anywhere near as blousy as BB, especially the BB non-irons. (I am a 15 1/2, and wear 40L suits, always with the sleeves let down, pants are fine at 34"). Here's what I like about the shirts/company: - virtually all patterns are available in 15.5 x 37. I need this. Without going MTM or bespoke, getting that size (or even a 15.5 x 36 if I care to compromise) in anything but blue, white or ecru is nigh on impossible. - all shirts are available with button or French cuffs - shirts are available without pockets - they can alter sleeve lengths for an additional charge - if you don't like a shirt, you can return it for up to three months, washed, unwashed, it doesn't matter - prices, on sale (happens often, as mentioned earlier) are decent On pricing, my company has an arrangement with some agency that gets discounts at many places. Imagine my surprise yesterday when I checked that site and saw a deal for CT - $100 off if you sepnd $250. 40% off isn't bad; alas, it ended yesterday and I wasn't near the city (this was for in-store only). Customer service seems to be decent - the cuff holes on one of the shirts I bought aren't large enough for silk knots to pass through. I called the store, and the assistant said it was known problem on that model, and they'd take care of if for me next time I was in. They do trade on the English connection though - the name and of course "Jerymn Street" though only a few of the shirts are made there. My "Classic" was made in Romania, and my "Premium" was made in Italy. These are necessarily bad things, but if having a "English" shirt is important, look closely at the label...some are made in England.