I went back to Martin Greenfield earlier today for my fitting. Unfortunately, Martin Greenfield was at a funeral so I was fitted by the same tailor as last time: Dominic. The suit fit me very well right when I tried it on but in order to make it perfect they are taking in the seat and waist on the pants and tightening the jacket a bit and shortening one of the sleeves. I'm happy that he is a perfectionist. I let him choose the button stance since I've messed up MTM work before with crappy demands that stem from my lack of knowledge. I just told him "modern but not too high." I mentioned that the pants pockets felt a bit far back but he explained that they do this since it prevents the pockets from "pinching out" as flant front pants are wont. On my way out I met Todd Greenfield. (I met with Jay last time.) He offered to take me into the production room and was sure to point out that the sewing machines (in the picture below) are the only ones in the whole factory and everything else is sewn by hand. He also told me that they actually do not generally accept orders from people off the street since it would upset their retail customers. As one can imagine, he is not happy about BB's Golden Fleece line from Italy. Below is one picture of the suit. There are no pins other than the one where the button will be so it fits slightly looser than it will when I pick it up next Thursday. Also, the suit is not fully pressed yet. Dominic took the picture for me so it is a bit out of focus. Buttons and buttonholes are coming soon. The only thing I don't particularly care for is the lapel roll (or lack thereof). For all I know this will be fixed when I pick up the suit. I am very pleased with the size and shape of the lapels, though.