For me, those test shoes I posted are going to be for a pebble-grain cap-toe adelaide Aurum model, so Antonio did smooth calf and just a regular oxford for my test shoes. Getting a completely different looking pair of test shoes is what everyone intends to do at first, but Antonio will only allow minor differences. Like, you can get a different color and some minor cosmetic differences (no broguing vs. broguing is one example), but the style of the shoes have to be the same. If you're ordering a wholecut, the test shoes have to be a wholecut too in order to be a good judge of fit. He wouldn't let me get anything but cap-toe oxfords as my test shoes, which is understandable.