Chan has Crispaire, and their pricing is transparent with sticker prices in every book they carry. I was Chan's customer for a while. Several things made me drop them: - Inflexible style: They can only deviate a little from their house style. - End of CMT service. - Prices: Seems to be ever esacalating when the rest of HK remains unchanged. I have come to the conclusion that Chan are pricing themselves out of the HK market in general, in favour of US travel order which is substantial and easier money to earn. Chan go to the US, pick up a few hundred orders per trip, come back to HK, cut them, farm them out to local tailors, and finally ship it out to the US largely without any fitting. Yao does the same thing. As Fishball mentioned, Yao's operation in HK is practically shut down when he travels to the US. When he is in HK, his tailors are swamped with US orders to complete. If you want to get a good suit from Chan or Yao while in HK, or any of the HK tailors that travel to the US, be sure you have time to wait. They can give you a quick fix, but the tailor that they use is usually from the B team.