Hey guys, So I've tried several different online MTM in the past (MyTailor, Tailorstore, Giorgenti). Up until now, I've found Nialma to be the best in terms of fit and consistency and I've been a very loyal Nialma user (I've ordered something like 16 of their shirts). However, I thought I'd give Proper Cloth a try. Below are the results. Here is my impression: 1. Fit My impression is that for a first fitting, this is actually an excellent fit. I'm quite happy with it. Usually when I start with a new company, it takes a couple fits to get it right, and sometimes it's never right. Nialma has been the best fit and most consistent. But this Proper Cloth shirt actually is a very good fit. The waist could be a little tighter, but I'll wait for judgement after a few washings to take into account for shrinkage. 2. Tailoring/shirt quality Quality of the tailoring seems very good to my untrained though experienced (after many similar MTM shirts) eye. Some of my Nialma shirts have had some buttons come off and some fraying of threads in the placket area. This may happen with the Proper Cloth after time, but it just seems that the sewing is quite good. And the buttons are nice and thick. Fabric is also very nice; soft, very low wrinkage factor, not see-through. This is also impressive given it's one of their lower level shirts ($100, Black and Red Tatterstall Check, "144/76 count, 50/1 construction cotton from Japan"). 3. Turnaround time They quoted me about a month, but it came about 3 weeks from order to doorstep. In this regard, Nialma wins because their turnaround time is an amazing 1 week. That being said, if the consistency and shirt quality turns out to be better with the Proper Cloth, I will happily wait the extra time. 4. Pricing Pretty much on par, I think. Proper cloth has a lot of different price points, with the vast majority being under $150. Nialma has the buy 3, get one free deal. However, I have found that the only shirts that I really like are their Thomas Mason Black Label line, which runs $150. So I suppose if I got four of them at a time, it would be a better discount at Nialma. However, it seems that I like the pattern selection of the Proper Cloth better (this may be a reflection of me already having all the ones I like from Nialma). So I'm not sure I would be using the buy 3, get one free deal much anymore. 5. Website Proper cloth wins HANDS DOWN! Very interactive. And most importantly, high-res pics to really get a taste of the texture. Very good site. Conclusion: In general, I am excited to have two options now, which allows for more online MTM selection. However, I am probably going to be going with Proper Cloth more in the near future as: 1. It's an American made company 2. I probably won't be buying enough shirts at one time to make the Nialma 4 for 3 deal worth it. 3. I suspect the shirt quality will be better with Proper Cloth, though this will take time to test. By the by, for you cynics out there, this is not some blatant advertisement for Proper Cloth. I'm a regular SF'er who just wanted to give my opinion based on people's interest in the online MTM experience. I want people to know about Proper Cloth cause it's newer and to be able to compare with the older stalwarts. And after this experience, frankly I want them around longer so that I can get more shirts from them!