The question wasn't misunderstood -- it asks how many you have ordered. This category encompasses (1) shirts ordered and received, and (2) shirts ordered and not yet received. My question would be whether the category encompasses orders you have placed in your mind but not yet officially ordered on the website.
The turnaround time does not seem to vary for different fabrics. The only wrench is that Ricky may run out of a bolt of fabric, but may not have run out until he gets to your order 2 months after you place it. That really sucks, and is a good reason to put in a slightly larger order. On average, if the wait is longer than 1 1/2 months, I'd say that at least 10% to 15% of the fabrics you order will have run out already. My experience is that first timers who order a single test shirt receive orders the quickest. It is worth the money if you can afford to wait. It requires a leap of faith that Ricky is actually taking your order and processing it when he doesn't reply to your emails. But I've ordered enough to have faith enough to put up with whatever hassles the process involves. It is an investment. I feel much better when I am wearing a Jantzen shirt. I work better, look better, and feel better emotionally and physically. I will never go back to RTW unless it is uber-high end. But even those don't fit me as well as my Jantzen (funny, I'm a hard RTW shirt fit, but an easy RTW suit fit). The only comparable place to do MTM in terms of price and fabric selection is W.W. Chan. But Chan is still twice as much, has a worse online fabric selection IMO, doesn't give you as many options as Jantzen, and in my opinion doesn't cut quite as good a shirt as Jantzen overall (I think Jantzen uses better lining and has better stitching, though Chan has slightly higher armholes. Jantzen is also better at cutting well-fitting cuffs, IMO.). If you can afford $95 a pop for a shirt from Chan, by all means go for it. IMO, shirts are -- even more than suits -- the staple to a wardrobe, because shirts are more functional (you can wear them with or without suits). It is worth spending the money on a properly fitting shirt. Trust me, you'll notice the difference.