I had the opportunity to visit the Paul Stuart store in Chicago last Monday, and had forgotten just how great this store is! I don't know of any other store to get great ideas for my own wardrobe combos, see corporate casual done stylishly on mannequins, and a place for a huge selection of clothing! The sportcoat selection alone was fantastic, and the ties this trip were really something (a dark navy blue with thin purple stripes was extremely nice, another customer was purchasing this one as I looked thru the selection). True, there is not a lot of stuff with handwork (like buttonholes and lapels, although there IS a line of suits with these details, about $2k) but still looked great. the phineas label didn't impress me at all, actually-- no handstitched buttonholes to be found, nor were the lapels handpicked. I bought the PERFECT pair of light grey trousers there, in what I would consider a true medium weight (unlike the feather weight wool I usually find, which wrinkles too easily) wool, flat front, and well made. *I also visited ralph lauren, but I think the only section worth looking thru is the Purple Label; some casual stuff is nice but overpriced (Those interested in Black Label, there are a few suits popping up on ebay now)-- but found paul stuart to be far superior in look, display, quality, and "things I would actually wear" categories.