As many of you know, I weightlifted myself out of my oldest two jackets - my RMC A2 and my Himel Grizzly. My Aero A1 did not work out either due to the cut not working out for me and the fact that while I am gaining muscle, I have also been losing weight at the same time. I'm already down two inches at the waist after a month and a half. With all these jackets sold, I had the opportunity to finally buy the brown Freewheelers Mulholland that the forum may remember me discussing about half a year ago. Fortunately, I was able to find the last one in my size in the world as far as I know. The store wouldn't ship to the states, but my friend in Japan was nice enough to proxy for me and the jacket arrived on Friday. As I had hoped, it fits essentially exactly the same as my black Mulholland and therefore, pretty much perfectly. This is the first time I have ever even considered buying two of the same leather jacket, but I am so glad I did. The Sunset is probably still my favorite and will likely be even more after it gets back from having its sleeves altered by @Maverickson. Still, I do think the Mulholland is "my jacket." As @Carlos840 pointed out astutely in another thread, this style of jacket fits me well and doesn't work on someone as V shaped as he is, despite it looking like it would. This jacket pattern simply seems to be perfect for my body. Even when I loose as much weight as I want, I still won't be built like Carlos. This jacket fits comfortably in the shoulders, the chest, and waist and it looks perfect on me in my opinion because it flairs out quite nicely on my hips when unzipped, but this has a slimming effect on me rather than the effect of making me look fatter as the Aero A1 did. The sleeves are a little long and the jacket is still rather stiff, but this should adjust with wear and if all else fails, I can get the sleeves shortened as I am doing with my Caboose and Sunset. Construction is as you would expect from Freewheelers, meaning that it is as good as a leather jacket gets right now. For someone who loves neat stitching and embellishments, Freewheelers is perfect for me. Something cool about this and the other Mulholland jacket is that they both utilize two different outer stitching thread colors. There is a darker brown thread usually on the bottom of the body and the extremities of the jacket while a lighter brown thread is used on the body and a few other areas. This is another beautiful detail from Freewheelers that I love. The leather is quite nice, but certainly is not my favorite leather color on its own. While it has that nice Shinki sheen, the color itself is a bit dull, but it is teacore and according to someone who owns this jacket, will develop into a more beautiful color. My biggest complaint is that they lined a brown jacket with a black liner. Sure, the pockets and sleeves are lined with blue flannel, but I really dislike the black liner. Still, I am thrilled with this jacket and am so lucky to have gotten it. It's funny to me that I used to think this jacket was overdesigned a few years ago and maybe it is, but now I love it and am even more happy with how it fits me.