I've been thinking quite a bit about this thread and what I would like it to be, verses what it could be. It could not exist for me prior to now as I have never owned an Aero jacket made of the Vicenza leather. Nor could I really spell it correctly. Prior to this weekend, all my Aero experiences were of the FQHH and Steerhide variety. Which as the title suggests, is a rather nice "problem" to have. Maybe we should all take a moment to be thankful for what we have the privilege to own and cherish here... So what I have done is had a family meeting with the existing FQHH and Steerhide Aero's and added in a new Vicenza jacket that I had hoped would become part of the family. First I had them stand at attention on my screen porch for a role call: Aero 30's HB (Steer) Aero BL FQHH Aero Ridley As can be seen here, the 30's HB Steerhide jacket was not much interested in standing tall for my camera. It is however rather well broken in. The Bootlegger, in still un-broken-in FQHH is standing but kind of looking ready to come after my tripod the camera is mounted to here. The Ridley, in Vicenza took quite a bit of work to get propped up for this photo, but quickly sank back into a relaxed, "chill" pose. What a shot of 3-musketeers indeed! So about that Ridley.... First shots of me wearing this jacket for the first time. It's not a correct fit, sadly, however with the sleeves needing about 1.5" and the torso around the same. So this will be soon back in the Classified section. However - THAT Leather, oh my golly. Best to be seen rather than spoken of... The wrinkling on the arms is just amazing (although they have made the arms quite a bit shorter - do note) And there is such an even-ness to the grain, so much wonderful depth to this jacket, it's really a one of a kind that I can tell... The weight is right at 6 lbs. It's substantial, but very, very easy to wear. The Vicenza really does not have the same smell as the CXL Horse or Steer, it's a much milder odor. I really appreciated the tan contrasting stitching on this jacket as it just mildly but purposefully sets off the gorgeous black leather. Overall, I would put this into a huge winner as a mid-weight jacket. I have a deep respect now for the Vicenza leather, and will indeed be looking to add one to my stock to join the other two Aero's in the future. The picture below illustrates the fit issue I have with this jacket overall: Goofy shot I am aware, but it illustrates that the sleeve simply pulls back too far when I raise my arms. This shot also shows the "drape" of the jacket very well I thought, so I'll be adding it's counterparts to the next post in this thread. Hope it is informative for anyone looking to buy from Aero in the future. Please...feel free to post photos and fit photos of any of the leathers' mentioned above and keep adding to the information.