Fit is good. Fabric quality is very good. For fit, I'd say the house fit is somewhere between Jantzen's form fit and loose fit. The armholes are incredibly high, which is the best part of the shirt, but I was measured in person. You might want to pass along your scye measurement or whatever you'd call it. A couple of minor things that might not be relevant to doing a self-measurement: The arms on my shirt were not as long as I like them. I prefer just a slight bit of bunching at the cuff, but these hang pretty straight, with the cuff reaching about 3/4" above my thumb's first knuckle. Also, they cut the cuffs a bit looser than I desire as well. You might want to specify the cuff width if you are a stickler for that (I like my cuffs a bit snugger, which then necessitates a shorter jacket sleeve. I think this looks better, is more comfortable, and is more functional). Best part for me is the button stance/placket firmness. I got a plain front, but for some reason the top of the placket has enough firmness (and you can't feel this, by the way) so that the collar can be left unbuttoned all day and it don't droop. And the second button is in the perfect position for wear without a tie -- not too high, but also high enough so that the collar doesn't droop excessively. Overall, I honestly prefer Jantzen over Chan except for the positioning of the second button and armhole height. I feel that Jantzen's fabric choices are bigger, and that Jantzen's best fabrics are every bit as good as Thomas Mason. I like Jantzen's interlinings better, and especially like Jantzen's french cuffs. I like that I have more options with a Jantzen shirt. But Chan shirts are very, very good. It isn't much of a risk to order one shirt and then change subsequent orders. Their customer service is impeccable and prices outstanding. I think it is certainly the case that I can get a better suit than Chan off the rack that fits me just as well for about the same price (i.e. an Oxxford from Filene's Basement for $800) -- I'm a good off the rack fit and went Chan "bespoke" twice simply because I wanted to add a few details that I was never going to find off the rack at a discounter. But there is no way that I'll ever find an OTR shirt that fits me as well as my Chans or Jantzens. Chans customer service -- and Jantzens slow turnaround times these days -- make Chan a good bet.