I live for the motherload. There's nothing like finding an entire wardrobe--often carefully assembled over many years--just dumped off at the thrift store. I've hit various motherlodes over the years. My first experience with the motherlode occurred about ten years ago when I found eight Henry Poole suits and three jackets at the local Goodwill. Later acquaintances include fifteen pairs of Henry Maxwell shoes and twenty very nice Harvie & Hudson bespoke shirts. This fall I ran into a near motherload of five current model Brioni suits. Quantity does sometimes have its own charm. I anxiously await the full blow-by-blow from antirabbit. Yeah, I had found stuff from this guy last year, that was my all time best find. This guy is the CEO that runs all the parking garages in Chicago, he has mostly MTM Oxxford suits. I will keep on it to see if he unloaded any Brioni or Kiton like last time.... Last Year it was: 2 MTM Oxxford Suits 1 Kiton Cashmere Jacket 2 Current Brioni Cashmere Jackets 2 Zegna MTM Suits 2 Dunhill (Zegna) Blazers, 1 is DB Cashmere, there were 2 more I didnt snag 1 Sid Jerome cashmere shirt coat A bunch of great ties and shirts that have melted into my wardrobe or been given away. The total haul cost me $72.00 and were all mint. This one I have yet to really look at as I am out of town on business.