Yeah Drew youre flat out wrong, I own a shawl collar barnstormer from aero and the only part of the coat not lined in shearling is the bottom 10 inches or so, so that it is comfortable to move about in (as its 3/4) length, the pockets, and the sleeves, which would otherwise be too difficult to move your arms in. Since you apparently know so much about all things leather you should know aeros fqhh is the best and most sought after leather currently available on the planet for use in jackets and is almost universally regarded as such. Its the shell cordovan of jackets. Its roughly twice the thickness and weight of the fqhh leather jacket I purchased from you, the material costs in the barnstormer are easily three times what you would pay if you got a remotely average deal on your materials. With regard to the second jacket, if the Pakistanis can do it for 350, you could do it for 1500. Thats no small difference in price. In all honesty both the leathers I have gotten from you are flawed in some way (dr has a wavy zipper, moto has several seams which have began unravelling, stiff horsehide needs stronger thread), head and shoulders above most shit out there, and the best patterning around but the construction isnt quite up to the level of an Aero, eastman, or langlitz, made in the west, probably by the same guy who takes your order (and owns the company), for less than half of your proposed "3 grand" for a decent shearling. And ps the shearling aero uses isnt cheap by any means, its the best stuff available, as is their fqhh. Fanboys who know nothing about any other leather jacket makers please chime in now.