Concordia - you mean aside from pulling my hair out? In all honesty it depends on a few factors. The wonderful thing about ties is that each pattern equals at MOST 4 SKU's - lined, unlined, regular, long. With shirts... One pattern times 10 collar sizes times 2 cuff types = 20 SKUS before considering sleeves... so each sleeve length is another 20 SKUs per fabric. Previously we did two lengths per pattern or 40 SKU's per fabric. Then of course to keep a decent inventory you need to look into your crystal ball and decide how many of each pattern to make.... then Murphy's Law dictates that demand (actual) will equal the inverse of demand (predicted) and you restock accordingly. Sigh. To make a long answer short, when we finalize all the details on the next set of shirts we will take two weeks or so to show the construction and fabrics available, allow all existing customers and others interested to pick out their prefered size and then do a standard sizing array after that. We are also working out made to measure details but it's slow - if a regular size does not fit I can exchange it for the right size, if a made to measure does not fit I have to eat it - they look pretty but taste like crap so I have to have complete confidence in the tailors to get it RIGHT. On several of these issues the choice is 'just do it.' or 'wait until everything is exactly how you want it and piss people off because it takes so long for new collections'. The latter can be overcome if the quality is worth the wait, the former either works out ok or bankrupts you. I don't do high risk... heck, even in a casino I stick to the one game where the odds are in my favor and I know the precise odds on every hand. LOL Sorry for the long answer, I know some find it intriguing to look behind the curtain at the issues that come up on the production side and how we address them.