The NYC Borrelli store says the suits start at $2700. I would say they are in the Kiton/Attolini/Brioni price range, so I guess value is a relative thing. Of course, Marc, you prefer to go the Bespoke route, which, admittedly, CAN give a higher degree of value, but with the attendant risk of disappointment. The positive of buying from one of these RTW makers (along with Oxxford) is that they have a very high and standard level of consistency and quality control. As I've written elsewhere, I tried on some Borrelli suit jackets at the Borrelli shop in Melbourne, Australia. My wife said they were by far the best looking jackets I've tried on, far surpassing the Kiton, Isaia, Brioni, and Oxxford jackets I own. Nevertheless, I was too cheap to pay the necessary price; I've gotten all my other clothes for much lower prices. It seems to me that starting a suit-making venture in Naples shouldn't be very expensive; Borrelli (like Kiton) would do virtually all the work by hand, so all it would really take is a few simple pieces of machinery and some quality tailors; we know there are plenty of great tailors in that area. Also, we see that the Savile Row tailors go off and start their own shops (albeit while outsourcing much of the sewing). Certainly Borrelli, with their shirtmaking revenues, can support the investment necessary to start a suitmaking business. [Remember also that Kiton hasn't really been in business that long, and they've grown significantly only over the past 10 or 15 years.] Furthermore, the Borrelli tailored clothing line seems quite small, in terms of production and distribution. I don't think they would need a very large group of tailors to supply the few retail locations that sell the tailored clothing. Also, I've seen the personalised cards that come with the Borrelli garments, attesting to the tailoring by an individual employee. I don't know that Isaia would be willing to provide this to Borrelli; Isaia has more of a factory-production mentality, from what I can discern. Certainly would be nice to know for certain though; as with so much in the business, there is alot of smoke & mirrors and obfuscation.