My fabric guy recently took delivery of several bolts of Harris tweed, so I got 8.5 meters for myself (single width, so length must be doubled). I also got 2 meters for a skirt for my wife of a different colour, and a friend got more for a waistcoat I'm going to make her. It's all in the 16oz range, lovely stuff.
For myself, I'm thinking single breasted with 3 buttons, patch pockets, 4 pocket waistcoat, and very wide '30s pattern trousers with a fishtail back. I'm pretty sure I have the fabric, but if it's too much of a squeeze I'll go for the slightly narrower '40s trousers.