I am about 6' 2", 155-160 pounds. I have about a 32-33 waist, and about a 38 chest. My dilema is that it seems that a lot of suits start their long at 40. Up to this point, I have shopped at Men's Wearhouse, because they were the only place where I could find suits off the rack that were 38L. I have some of "their" brands and a Ralph Lauren that I bought from there. These suits are all fine and well, and they have gotten me by as I have not needed suits on a daily basis until about 18 months ago. That being said, I have started to notice some degradation in quality in all of them except the Ralph Lauren (up to this point) and I would like to "upgrade" to suit(s) that will last me longer and are of higher quality. I would like to have about 5 of them, as I typically wear suits 4 days a week to work. However, I do not think that I am quite to the point where I wish (or need) to get custom made suits. I spoke to one person in the suit department of Saks or Nordstrom (can't remember which) at one time, who named some labels that are cut more narrow than others and in which I would likely be able to wear a 40L. So, I wanted to try to find a brand that is fitted a bit narrower (I believe it is the European Cut???). I know that there are suits in between the ones I have and the ones that go from $2,000 up. Does anyone have any suggestions for quality brands that fit that description, maxing out at maybe $1,000-$1,200? I guess my next question after that would be: is there that big of a difference between say a $500 suit and a $1,000-$1,200, or do you not start noticing big differences until you get into the $2,000 plus range? Any tips, suggestions, or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.