It is worth the wait to me if you have enough for the meantime -- I should have given Ricky pictures and a scye measurement, but even so I feel they are very good for the money. Unlike Tom, I have had no problems with construction or the fabrics. The fit in the body is slightly worse than my Chan shirt, which was made using measurements taken by a Chan tailor, but it fits better from the elbow down and across the shoulders than my Chan shirt (Chan makes a better yoke though, I think, and it's placket is more suited for tieless wear than my Jantzen shirts for some reason). I tried on Fray and Truzzi at Louis, and I still would have needed tailoring to get them to fit as well as my Jantzen shirts. I believe the superior fit (I have a narrow torso and thin wrists) of my Jantzen shirts makes the inferior fabric (as compared to Fray, etc.) the much better shirt for me, and at about 1/4 of the price. If you don't mind paying double, and are in an area where Chan visits, take a shot at Chan for quicker delivery, slightly better fit through the torso, and slightly better fabrics (but only slightly). But otherwise, I think Jantzen is worth the wait and is fun (because with Jantzen you are truly going "bespoke," whereas I found Chan more of a MTM job where I didn't have time to specify little details like button hole stitching, gusset color, etc.).