LOL, thanks for the kind words guys. I think I still have some work to do if I am to bring my customer service up to Carlo Franco standards (meaning best-of-the-best,) but I'm happy to know that everybody likes my merchandise. As for the Zegna, the sleeves are indeed on the short side which is why it is still around I'm sure. A great deal for the right guy, but make sure the measurements will suit (er, blazer) you before you pull the trigger. I know where LA Guy is coming from thinking it is too big for a sz 40. In some brands these measurements indicate a US size 42, and in others a 40. For Zegna, it is a 40. Also, one of the first lessons I learned on ebay is that when there is any doubt as to the size the jacket measures to, list it as the smaller size. Call it the larger size and probably 50% will come back, list as the smaller size and you won't have any problems. Most guys (in the general public, not on this forum) think they are a size or two smaller than they actually are
As for the Brioni, it is definitely vintage. I think some vintage Brioni's look very cool and can be had for a great price. But that particular one is not my favorite, the fabric is sort of odd.