To get back to the subject and away from the Thom Browne pissing contest . . . . I have 3 suits from Freemans. The first is linked above. The second is back there for tailoring due to weight loss. The third is an OTR tweed number they are tailoring for me as well (they are probably ready, but I have been out of town). I have nothing but good things to say about them. The fabrics are cool, if not necessarily luxurious. As mentioned they are using old bolts of discontinued wool. No telling where it comes from, but sometimes they have a little to choose from and sometimes they have a lot. It tend to be sturdy stuff - 90's, 100's. I doubt you'd find thread count much higher than 120's there, and that would be pretty rare. The suits are made by Martin Greenfield. My understanding (which may be incorrect) is that they have a couple of options for suits at MG, one with more machine work than the other. The Freeman's models appear to have more handwork than other MG suits I have seen (such as the Golden Fleece). The MTM guy, Alex, is really knowledgeable and is easy to work with. Their tailor is great - I am pretty hard to fit and he does an awesome job. Also, if you buy an OTR suit they will pretty much tailor the hell out of it for you for free. Lets say you'd rather have roped shoulders - no problem. Like a suit they have in size 44 but wish it was a 42? They will totally tear it apart and re-cut it for you with pretty good results. One guy who works there has a suit that has been completely re-tailored to resemble a tight fitting Wes Anderson "small suit." I am also down over 30lbs since I was measured for my first MTM suit there, and they have been great about cutting it down to fit. There are two downsides: The first is price. The suits are not cheap and they don't really go on sale - maybe 15-20% at best. I got a great discount on my 3rd suit but I think it's because I've spent so much dough there at this point. Second, they don't line the pants and seem to have strong opinions against it. I like lined pants, but couldn't get them to do it (I didn't push very hard). That took some getting used to. To me, the suits feel like what a suit would have been like in 1850, when you had a local guy make your clothes for you. They aren't high-style, but they aren't trad either - something in between. I wholeheartedly recommend them if you are willing to pay the freight. Any other questions PM me. I think I know that place pretty well at this point.