There is a reason some of us are trying to steer you away from MTM - it can go horribly wrong. And then you're stuck with it. It's not like it guarantees you a better fitting suit. In addition, there is much that determines the look of a suit besides the "fit". Each jacket also has a "silhouette", which is different from "fit". When choosing between RTW jackets, you have a really large number of options available to you, and you can see basically what they'll look like on you before buying (again remembering that almost certainly some alteration will be needed). With MTM, to some extent you're going in blind, trying to predict what the thing will look like once it's done. I would suggest getting a little more experience with suit-wearing and suit-buying before doing this. You could say, find a maker that does RTW and MTM, make sure that you like the RTW silhouette and overall look, and then decide to do a MTM version of one of their RTW suits. But any such maker would well exceed your price target. I hope this is helpful.