PHV and MisterBowles Thank you, both, very much. However, as even spurious allegations merit response, I'll be as specific as a weak, old, aged memory can: At the time, all of Alan's shirts were made by me and all of Alan's suits were made by the venerable Martin Greenfield. To the best of my knowledge, no suits or shirts were made on Alan's premises. The only operations performed there were alterations. Doesn't really matter who they were done by - they were alterations, plain and simple. Head tailor, alterations tailor, bushelman - the terminology is unimportant. Also, to the best of my knowledge, Alan and I, who have had a relationship going back a quarter century, have never screamed at each other. Now, perhaps Mr. Grayson will restrain himself once again, and we can return to trying to arrange an enjoyable event for all? EDIT: Shirtmaven was just kind enough to refresh my memory. Not all of the suits mentioned were made by Greenfield. Some were made by Adrian Jules, another well-known M-T-M wholesale maker.