Thx fellas. I must admit, the choice of the green one was partly inspired by seeing Butler's green tweed suit. I didn't think I'd get enough opportunities to wear a 3pc in that style (and this particular cloth wouldn't be ideal for trousers anyway), but a jacket in a green check can definitely be fitted into my wardrobe. Spoo, I was actually umm'ing and ahh'ing between that grey/blue and the charcoal/rust one you can see folded above the green, but in the end the grey/blue one will be more versatile for me. Part of me was also tempted by the aubergine/mustard check you can see in the first pic, lol... Sherry Tweed really is a great cloth bunch, actually. Lots of beautiful patterns and a reasonable weight for today's climate-controlled environments. Stitchy, it'll be a while before these will be ready. Apparently business is fairly brisk among London's coatmakers, so it'll probably be a couple of months before even the first fitting. And then I suspect it'll need the usual couple of fittings. So maybe 3 months-ish before they're ready. So I should have at least a couple of months use of them before the climate turns again.