I have recently purchased a variety of Lands' End tailored/slim fit shirts to test them out: Hyde Park Oxford Cloth - Its not available in non-iron. It is a heavy Suprima Cotton fabric. It comes out of the dryer just as well as a Polo RL Oxford buttondown. Oxford and Pinpoint Non- Iron Tailored Fit It comes out decent, nice fit. The oxford seems to hold up much better. The pinpoint I have is which, and the wrinkles can be noticable. You can't dry them the whole way, I usually pull out when 1/4 damp to let dry on a hanger. The creases stay nice, but the collar does roll. In general... Lands' End cheaps out on the details, such as the buttons, which had loose excess threads which I cut off. I also don't like that the care tag is on the front of the tails. It should be located on the side near the waist. For the price, and the 100% refund it can't be beat. I also bought a down vest for $50 which is very nice and fits well. I am a tall guy and like that Lands' End has a Tall size, which is longer in the tails (in addition to the sleeves). My Polo RL oxfords have shrunken slightly, making them harder and harder to tuck in. That's after 4 years of wearing though! Totally agree on the care tag, mainly because i wear the oxfords as a sport shirt, not tucked. But yeah I personally love the shirts, not the slimmest like h&m easy iron's, but great value.