Since this thread started with the subject of mythbusting, I'd like to do a little summary: 1. Nino Corvato does not cut a drape coat! 2. Some men care more about being liked by the MD of A&S than for the proper (in a tailor's view) fit of their garments. 3. A hand sewn seam can be easily replaced by an equivalent machine version without any loss of durability or flexibility. 4. A flexible shoulder seam has not really a direct impact on the overall comfort of the garment. 5. A high armhole alone does not guarantee a decent looking, comfortable garment when the armhole(diameter) is as wide as a barn gate. 6. A sleeve with additional length in the undersleeve provides a fuller range of movement, but will look messy. 7. A bias cut canvas does not really serve a purpose other than being something to talk about. 8. Some men should avoid loud patterned fabrics. 9. As soon as somebody posts a picture of a beautiful woman the hetero members get distracted from the main subject. 10. Speaking of beautiful people: A fine chest needs no drape! Feel free to add anything I have not covered. I would add 11. Sample size should not be considered in reaching conclusions about the quality of a tailor and his work.