(drizzt3117 @ 07 Dec. 2004, 9:32) Bespoke refers to creating a completely new paper pattern and optimizing it to the customer though several fittings, I think MTM in the context of Brioni means that they take your measurements, and modify an existing pattern to fit, but I could be wrong.
I have no clue to be honest. But I know it's made to your size. It's not a suit that you pick in the store and then alter. They do take your measurements, your specifications and then order it. But it does depend on the fabric you choose. If you choose a Diamond Chip fabric by Scabal the same suit can run you about 9.000 euros, or about 11700 dollars. The point is, even if it is not bespoke. The suit is custom made for you. Every detail, it just fits better than a Kiton suit which you buy on Ebay for a huge discount.
The Brioni you have ordered is indeed a MTM, yes you do get measured and you get to choose the model you want, along with other various detailing, but it is not "bespoke". A bespoke item is something that is totally unique to you in all aspects. As Drizz says, a paper pattern unique to your measurements, your specifications in terms of shoulder, chest expression, gorge, button placement, etc. etc. is made. You can only get that at Brioni's store in Milan (but I got mine in their Roman Barbarini store several years ago).