Justy dropped a few things off at Wilfred's, which, by the way, has apparently moved to 20 West 23rd Street (I was never at the old location). I must say, I am pleased compared to Peppino, whom I have used a few times in the past. Much nicer shop, not that I care much about that, but also a much nicer guy, which I do care about. He took the time to ask questions and help me decide what I wanted. I have a feeling the result will be better than Peppino, who took in the seat and legs of my suit trousers to the point that they went from slightly large to "I can't put a handkerchief in my back pocket" tight. (Which I has not requested by the way. I later had him fix them, but they are still the most snug trousers I own.) Two things I liked there. 1) I felt more like I was at Chan again, and less like the dry cleaners (which is how I felt at Peppino). 2) The prices are posted inside the dressing room, so you can have your sticker shock before you have the work done, not as they are writing it up. [Plus he is around the corner from CEGO, so now I have no excuse but to stop in and finally get my shirt made when I pick these up.] [Hell, I think Mr. Ned is down there too, maybe I'll make it a trifecta.] I noticed that he has several fabric bolts in the shop, and asked the woman working the cashier if they do much custom work, to which she replied, of course, "yes, a lot." When asked, she told me prices start as $1300. Has anyone tried them for this?