I have a gripe. Almost any time I'm looking at a suit, a shirt, pants, whatever, the salesperson inevitably comments that I need almost no tailoring, as if that's a key selling point. At most, they'll say I need the sleeves hemmed a bit or the jacket taken in, and sometimes they're right, but it annoys me that it's such a key argument. I'm not looking to buy wrong-sized jackets in terms of shoulder width and since I'm relatively slim and short I expect some alterations required on almost all of my clothing. Perhaps I look like a newbie clothes guy that they would not expect would anticipate tailoring requirements, etc., etc. I shop at a variety of stores, but trend toward the Barneys and Saks of the world (not that I'm always buying things there, granted!). Anyone with similar, dissimilar experiences?