This is my honest and objective assessment as a customer. I can give me unreserved recommendation for Jantzen. I have just made quite a number of shirts there and these have turned out as well as expected. I had my shirts ordered and collected within 5 working days during the Christmas season. Some people, especially those who have paid a lot a lot more for a custom tailored shirt elsewhere, may have reservations: how good can a USD 38.00 shirt possibly be? My reply will be "very good, very good indeed, regardless of price". For a very affordable price, Jantzen gave me shirts which had: 1) Non-fused collars and cuffs (which requires more labour than fused) 2) Split yoke (cut at the bias if you want) 3) Very fine stitching throughout - I estimate it to be in the region of 20 to 22 stitches per inch 4) Patterns which match almost perfectly at shoulders, placket and gauntlet 5) Very thick and nice mother-of-pearl buttons which are attached by cross-stitch 6) Very fine fabrics (in design and in feel) I think a shirt, beyond having all qualities as listed above, has to fit a person well. Otherwise, it's like a wonderfully intricate piece of art with little practical use. The shirts I received fit me very well (no odd bulges and are very comfortable to wear). Ultimately, it is down to value per dollar. There may be more well-made shirts in the world but these would probably cost a lot a lot more. And if I am very rich and want an absolute best shirt, I would like to travel the seven seas in search of the very best shirt money can buy - yes, that's my dream. But for now and a long time to come, I am happy to have my shirts made at Jantzen. Ricky, if you are reading this, just be happy that you have some happy customers but please don't take this as an excuse to increase your prices. I will lead a protest.