I recently used a very highly-regarded DC tailor to work on some suits I'd purchased on SF, and am concerned about the result. He seems like a nice guy, but the work he did on the suit jackets made them really tight across the back--to the point where I can't put my arms out straight in front without pulling the hell out of the back of the jacket. He suggested taking in some material in the back just below the armholes because it was "sagging" underneath the arms (his words). I feel like the armholes weren't really high on the suits to begin with (Isaia S and Zegna Roma), but now the back of the jacket pulls if I do anything other than stand straight with my arms at my side. When I'm standing straight, the back of the jacket looks clean--no vertical drape or fold line next to the arms--but there are a series of lines/ripples starting about mid-shoulderblade headed down toward the armpit. My thinking is that he just took in too much on the rear side seams, and not only threw the coats out of balance but made them uncomfortable to boot. Do you guys think it would be unreasonable for me to ask him to fix it without charging me again? I paid over $500 for him to do all the tailoring on three suits, but I feel like the darn coats fit better off the rack than they do once he was through with them. I'd hate to have to pay him *again* just to get it fixed. Your thoughts?