Greetings Loungers. I haven't posted much here, but I have availed myself of the wealth of knowledge here many times by reading countless threads, and now I come to you directly. I've got a Bootlegger on order, Highwayman fit jacket for it on the way from Thurston Brothers (shout out to the ever helpful Carrie), and I need some opinions on a few things. The first is the liner. What I'm after is a midweight liner that, when paired with a heavy sweater, will give me a jacket toasty enough for at least part of the winter (I live in Chicago, and am aware that this combo will not always cut it). Having said that, I don't want it to be purely a cold weather jacket. In the fall and early spring, I want to be able to wear it over a t-shirt or long sleeve and not feel hot. The second question concerns the sleeves, specifically the cuffs. I had thought of ditching the storm cuffs, the idea being that it would be easier to wear a sweater without them, and I could more easily wear it in warmer weather that way. How do the storm cuffs feel to you guys? I also like the look of the button cuffs with this jacket, such as the Hooch Hauler and others have. But it's my understanding that those result in a narrower wrist opening. How narrow do they feel? Do they make a sweater a pain to wear? Lastly, I could use some input on shoulder gussets, as well as a full bi-swing back. Truthfully, I prefer the cleaner look of a jacket without either of those things, but I can appreciate the functionality. What I want to avoid is the jacket riding up a lot when I lift my arms. Any of you guys run into that issue with the Bootlegger? Thanks in advance for your opinions and experience. Sorry for the long post, thanks for reading. Cheers.