Hi, Could someone clear up a few queries I have re the merits of different cloths. I understand that the top bespoke-end favours Lessers, Smiths, Harrisons, Minnis, H&s etc, for English quality bespoke. I understand that 2 ply warp and weft is desirable. Q1 Are all the offerings from these books of the 2 ply quality,( is it a given?), or how do I steer myself towards them , as it does not say on the books I have looked at.? Q2. What are the considerations between a worsted and a superfine...why would you want one or the other..where might you wear them? Q3. What are the considerations between a hard or soft finish.what are good examples?..where might you wear them? Q4. Some books say worsted on them and feel smooth...others only say all wool and feel woolly, although they are not flannels...again , what would be their appeal. I am mostly interested in fine dressing, as opposed to workhorse durability. With so few top end mills left...I hope this will fill in the gaps for my ability to pick nice cloths....... I already understand the difference between worsteds, flannels, worsted flannels, frescos,milled/semi-milled etc. It's mostly the 2 ply issue...and the all wool issue that throws me.........all help appreciated, thanks, Rowly.