Don't confuse A. Harris's statement that "Zegna is not worth the extra $$" to mean that Zegna is not a better suit than Canali and Corneliani. I believe it most certainly is. I think the styling is a bit more distinctive and I think the coat is lighter overall, which I like. I think that the "construction quality" is a bit better too -- notably in the pick-stitching and at the collar. Miniscule differences though indeed. I continue to be unimpressed with the quality to price ratio of Zegna cloth, but objectively it is one of the better Italian cloths IMO. If the Canali and the Zegna are within $100 - $150 of each other, all other things equal go with the Zegna. Of course, not all other things will be equal -- meaning go with the one whose fit flatters you best (fit = fit + silhouette). While I might be tempted to buy a Kiton over a Canali even if I like how the Canali looked on me a bit better (assuming the two suits were at the same price point), the quality improvement in a Zegna over Canali is small (and some might argue illusory). Therefore, quality (excluding clear cloth quality differences) should not be a driving factor in this decision.