I got a garment steamer (albiet not commercial) for $60 a few years ago on amazon, and have saved hundreds if not thousands on dry cleaning since. Between that and my trouser press (also amazon), I don't get my suits dry cleaned unless there is a stain or something. The chemicals that dry cleaners usually use degrade the fibers of the fabric and wear out your clothes faster anyway, so yet another advantage. I buy the non-iron dress shirts and hang them on a hanger when they are still warm from the dryer, and maybe steam them a bit after that, although it is not always necessary.
merely a suggestion for the taking.
^All of this sounds reasonable to me.
Give yourself some time. Traffic and parking stinks on SF (but worth it). I saw most of the sites this summer... Unionmade, Alden SF, Alden DC, Alden Madison, Leffot, Citishoes, BB Madison, etc... major props to my daughter who was with me at most of these places!
Great lookin' pics today gentlemen