So I recently had a MTM suit made by Patrick Johnson of P. Johnson Tailors (formerly Suit Shop), in Sydney. The suit I ordered was cut from Loro Piana Super 120s wool in navy. At the time I was asking about the quality grades of the wool and he said that he would not advise anything higher than 120s because it would be too fragile for a young guy such as myself. He said that the suit was fully canvassed and lined with silk, as were the trousers to the knee. I ended up paying AU$1675 for the suit with two pairs of trousers and received it in early December. Now to be fair, the suit looks great (I think so anyway). The jacket fits like a glove and the little things like the operational buttons, the initials on the lining and the trouser "fasteners" (no belt loops) do excite me. But... The crotches on both pairs of trousers have been pilling almost from the beginning. I used a razor to shave off the pilling after getting both pairs dry cleaned for the first time. Now, about two weeks later, the pilling is starting to get bad again. This evening I took my trousers off and noticed that a hole is developing in the crotch. It devastates me that these trousers are falling apart after about two months both because I paid so much for them and because I really like them. I know that it is probably difficult to tell, but could one of you very knowledgeable people () please give me some advice as to what I should do. I don't know whether it is my fault and I should seek to have them repaired or if I have been ripped off, in which case heads should roll. Thank you in advance for any help you can give. I have attached a photo where you can see my finger through the crotch of the trousers. EDIT: After some considerable input from the members of this forum I believe that the wear on my suit is due to wearing it too often, in what has been a very humid summer. To the credit of P Johnson, and despite the fact that they are probably well aware of my brash comments in this post, they took my trousers almost immediately and repaired them for me in a matter of days. I do plan on buying another suit from P Johnson in the very near future. I feel that, and I am sure there are many other opinions, for the price of P Johnson's suits there is no equivalent in Sydney.