I don't like ironing my shirts, but I can't stand creases either. I imagine I'm not alone in this. Hence, clothiers make non-iron, crease-free or wrinkle-free shirts. I have a basic, white non-iron Brooks Brothers dress shirt and, I gotta say, it's quite the convenience. It comes out of the dryer, I hang it and, moments later, it looks as good as new. The shirt seems perfectly adequate in all other respects. I'm aware that there's a lot of fuss about non-iron shirts being awful, for many reasons. See this old Slate article calling them "the satanic love-child of chemistry and retailing, combining all the worst qualities of plywood, vinyl, and embalming fluid in a garment that would be more at home in the Spanish Inquisition than the cubicles of the modern workplace." I'd like to poll the SF community: (1) Could people please weigh about how they feel about non-iron shirts? (2) Besides suing a clothes steamer (which I find about 70% effective), does anybody have any advice about how to avoid ironing non-non-iron shirts and still have them look crisp?