The "long and winding road" for my Teamster came to fruition today as the much anticipated jacket was delivered. After torturing Holly and others at Aero for months trying to nail down specifics, I couldn't possibly be more pleased. In the past, I have always been able to find at least one aspect of a jacket just received on which something might have been improved, but not with this jacket. My earlier black vintage Highwayman was a 44 long and maybe a bit on the large size but OK for me. I can handle a large fit but not a jacket that is too tight. This 42 brown FQHH Teamster is a perfect fit, even with a flannel shirt underneath. I wanted something that I could wear to the office with dress shirt, tie, and slacks, but something that could also be worn with jeans too. This one fills the bill. As a point of reference, I am 6'1" and change. I am built more or less like a stick, with 42" chest and 37" waist, but have very long arms. The sleeves on the Teamster are 27.5" and a 28.5" back length. I selected moleskin lining, which is a very dense weave that doesn't necessitate a cord hem lining. Ken had recommended a size 42 rather than 44 and "football" buttons for ease of use. I would like to express my gratitude to Holly for patiently answering my continuous string of questions, as well as others at Aero that also provided invaluable assistance in obtaining the perfect jacket for me. I am also indebted to several FL members, including dav, wdw, sloan, and schitzo, without whose input I would still be floundering with indecision.