I'm not sure what people don't understand about this. Sure, it's Zegna fabric, but he cuts them his way, not the Zegna way. You're looking at broad shoulders, wicked lapels (he prefers the peak), an abundance of vests, and the slim waist line for the hour-glass look.
I'm sure if the OP wanted a Zenga suit, he would go to the Zegna store.
To answer his question, I looked at the Tom Ford MTM program. They're very precise and well built suits, though they are a little expensive. They're pretty flashy too, somebody will notice your suit, yet it won't be tacky like something you pick up at a Burlington Coat Factory. I ended up not going the Tom Ford route since it would look weird on my body type (really slim). If you have the shoulders, body type, and don't mind fronting the cash - I'd say go for it. You'll have a super high end suit that is just a little bit different from everybody else's in the crowd.