Charles ain't cheap. I've paid $240 for a full suit alteration. He spends about 15 minutes pinning and marking the jacket on the sides and a the rear. He also reworked the shoulder and the collar, and of course did the sleeves. Then there was the trouser waist, taking in the seat, and hemming the cuff. He definitely saw a lot of problems that I wasn't aware of, but the improvements he made were immense and obvious. I spent this much for him to alter a NWT Corneliani suit I bought from ebay and a Borrelli suit I got from World's Finest that I had initially tailored (poorly and cheaply) somewhere else, and these are easily my two best fitting suits. I wouldn't take a cheaper suit to him unless I really loved it and wanted perfection - I have a Southwick suit that I got for $75 on ebay and I had that one tailored on the cheap. It's fine but not perfect.