So, here's a little update. I had to wear the suit this evening for an event -- I had other suits, but this is a RLPL and is my most stylish and best suit (I like St. Andrews better than Oxxford for styling, so I left the Oxxford in the closet) and I wanted to wear it for this particular event. The sleeves were just ridiculous. I mean, I wasn't with a crowd that would know or anything. But, here's the rub. The tailor put faux buttonholes in -- my orders. When I left the tailor, we specifically agreed that the sleeves should be left at 24.25" -- the length that they were basted at. That length was PERFECT on this suit. It showed precisely .5" of cuff of my dress shirts (all Jantzen, so I have a consistent wrist and sleeve measurement). After I got home from the event, I just couldn't take it anymore. So I cut open the sleeves myself and did my own alteration. I had to move the sleeves up .5" just to get .25" of cuff to show. That means the tailor -- against what we had agreed -- dropped the sleeves .75". Of course, the faux buttonholes cause a big problem. With my alteration the first buttonhole is about 1" from the edge of the sleeve. This is a little bit close, but it's much better than wearing ape sleeves. Obviously the last thing I'm going to do is take it to this tailor to have her take the sleeve up at the shoulder -- I don't think so. My tailoring job at least makes the sleeve serviceable, though not what I would prefer -- this suit looks better with .5" of cuff showing and now I get .25" at most. I'm pissed at this situation. My tailoring job looks a bit homely if you look at the inside of the sleeve, but I did a serviceable job, I think. The sleeve hem is straight at least, and angles downward (why don't all tailors do this) with the pitch of my arm.