^I can't speak as to Ripense or Camps de Luca because I've never had bespoke from either, but the major differences between Napolisumisura and Cifonelli are: (1) styling. The two houses are trying to do something so fundamentally different in terms of styling that I'm not sure how one would think one is a suitable substitute for the other. Mina isn't cutting a close-fitting coat, she doesn't cut a coat with high arm holes, and I would describe her sleeves as significantly wider than any tailor that has ever made, where as Cifonelli's are easily the smallest. Cifonelli favors a shorter coat than Mina, and even when Cifonelli's shoulder doesn't have a rope to it, there is still significantly more structuring in the shoulders and chest than anything from Mina. Mina also basically has one style of jacket. Cifonelli has about 30. (2) fit. Lorenzo is pretty much in a league of his own in terms of fitting among the tailors I've used. Everything hits exactly where it should (and it has to achieve the sculpting in the chest and shoulders that he is trying to achieve). Mina cuts a decent coat for the price, but it as about the same fit you would get from RTW if you have a relatively normal body type. (3) Consistency: All of my pieces from Mina vary significantly from one another. Some may be ok with that. I found it incredibly bothersome. Cifonelli cuts a pretty consistent coat. (4) Quality: it isn't just about handwork, but about longevity and degree of care. You don't find things coming apart on a Cifo suit the way you do on Mina's. Obviously the money part is a significant and personal choice. I wish I came out the same way as Dirnelli but after trying a lot of tailors over the years, I'm down to Cifonelli and Huntsman. My experience is that the people charging the top prices are justified in doing so.