Finally got my shirt today and it's actually...not bad. I think for most of my needs I'll still be better served buying nice OTR shirts here and on ebay and having them tailored, but I could see myself ordering again if I needed something specific (for example if I have a hard time finding a good red gingham shirt). I would rate them: fit/construction: 8.5/10 - they duplicated the shirt I sent pretty faithfully and it fits basically how I expected based on the adjustments I made (old shirt fits better but I asked for more room in this one because I'm gaining weight). Getting a completely wearable shirt first try isn't bad at all. Only anomaly is that the collar sits oddly...a bit loose at back of the neck and a bit tight over adam's apple. No issues with construction. They tapered the back with small darts as I requested and I was impressed that they're almost invisible Fabric/Value: 7.5/10 - I got the sky blue dobby twill for $80 (marked from $100), which won't be confused with the nicest shirts in my closet but is still pretty nice. My one prior MTM experience was a $60ish Jantzen shirt a few years ago that had itchy, papery fabric I considered unwearable. This, I would say is comparable to middle of the road OTR makers (shirts full retailing for $100-$150 like Hickey, Behar, etc.). Buttons: 4/10 - There has to be a way to get better looking MOP buttons with some actual luster without a large addon fee ($20 I think?). Or am I just wholly disconnected from what good MOP buttons add to the cost? Maybe $5-$10 for the upgrade would be more palatable. Anyways, it seems like they follow instructions well and the basic model shirts are a fairly good value. If they get their order times fixed (or at least start communicating realistic estimates up front before the order is placed), I could recommend them.