Hi Guys, After another few rounds in Hong Kong on business I figured it was time to post some of the results. My first round can be seen here: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=151781. Now that the snow has started to melt and it's a gorgeous day it seemed like the perfect time to be outside. All of these items were purchased over the course of a few trips this Fall/Winter. I'm very happy with the results. Are things perfect? Nope. As I've mentioned before, I've come to accept the fact that perfection in tailored clothing does not exist. I do think that all of these items are both incredibly comfortable and sharp looking. Tough to ask for more. Keep in mind I have a more relaxed pose in all the photos. I don't do the robot look too well so I wanted to show these off more like how I would actually wear them. For that reason there might be a few more cloth bunchings than normal, but I figure this gives off a better representation of the true nature of the clothes on me. Onto the garments. I'll be brief and let the photos do the talking. As I think you'll see, I highly recommend both tailors. Peter Lee First is a DB jacket I had made in the Holland & Sherry bright Navy fresco fabric to go along with my SB of the same cloth. I love the fabric and since it's now discontinued I figure I might as well go for it. The next item I had made the first round, but it had some intense alterations that I decided to post it again. Plus the Harrisons corduroy fabric looks so good in outdoor light. The final item from Peter Lee is a sportcoat with 3 patch pockets, 3-2.5 roll and topstitching made from Minnis Flannel. At first it was made bigger than my previous jackets (per my silly request), but Peter did a good job of taking it all in after I wasn't too excited about the way it looked at the basted fitting. It still has a few flaws, but it is incredibly comfortable and softly tailored which makes up for them. In case anyone is interested I have 2 meters of this I was planning to sell at some point at my cost. I was originally thinking of getting a 3-piece suit made, but then realized I'd very rarely wear it as such. W.W. Chan Next up are a few items from W.W. Chan. I must say that I am incredibly happy with the way they come out. While some people say they've had mixed results with things they've ordered from the tour, having a full basted fitting with Patrick in HK proves amazing results. First is a Smith woollen merino flannel DB with a boat shaped breast pocket. This is the same cloth Vox has in his DB. I went blind into this fabric not having seen a swatch based on high recommendations from Vox and Manton. I couldn't be happier. Exactly what I was looking for. Finally, a very fun sportcoat I just had made the other week from Breanish shetland. I saw this in a book and a light went off immediately that I would get this made. I love it when that happens as opposed to agonizing fabric selections for weeks. Spectacular and distinctive fabric. I had it made in a 2 button, hip patch pockets, shirtsleeve shoulders and a boat shaped welt breast pocket. The color is a bit more rust-like in real life.