The way a double cuff folds, should the outside half be slightly longer than the inside half (the half next to your wrist)? The holes in my Jantzen shirt cuffs are cut so that when folded the halves are equal, which sometimes requires some fiddling to make sure that the outside half covers up the inside half completely -- otherwise the exposed inside half is rather unsightly. The Chan shirt that I just tried on today, however, has a slightly longer outside half so that no fiddling is required. I feel that this is optimal. Are there any disadvantages to this arrangement that I have not considered? What is the standard practice amongst RTW and other custom shirtmakers?