Cheers SH. Finally some clarification regarding the infamous "imported textile tax" in Thailand, which appears to be grossly exaggerated. So it seems a healthy margin is made on the selling of fabrics and no one has tried to undercut the current market, or those that could simply don't have the tailoring skills to compete with the current group of tailors. Interesting hypothesis. Surely the time frame of this transition would be at least a decade. I always wondered why there seems to be a generational gap between the established tailors (Perry's, Art's, July, and Broadway) and the younger, European trained tailors (Narin and Tanisara). Are you suggesting that even Tanika could be convinced to accept CMT? It would seem that they make most of their margins off using their own fabric so I don't see how you could convince them.