Got my "Luftwaffe" from Pegasus last week. Great jacket, I'm very happy with it. I reviewed the size chart on their site and went with a 44 per the measurements listed there. Only diff was I asked for a longer back length (26.5"), and custom sleeve length. I went 1/2" longer on the sleeves than I needed to allow for the anticipated natural shrinkage, so that's why they may look a tad long in the photos. It's cut slightly longer in the front than the back as illustrated in one of my pics below. Overall fit is kind is a semi-slim fit i.e. not too fitted but not too roomy either. I'm 6' 180 lbs and on me it's just a little snug in the chest (pit to pit is 23.5") but I have a little extra room in the rest of the torso. The leather is FQHH. It's not as stiff as my Aero Café Racer. It's softer/more pliable. It looks like it may have been pre-wrinkled/worked-in prior to being dyed, so not a lot of break-in is required...wearable and flexible right out of the gate. It's also lighter than the Aero by about 1/3-1/4th, even though the leather feels about the same thickness. I bought this to wear as a cool weather Fall/Spring jacket, so the lighter nature of this jacket is a plus for me. The color is their 'dark antique brown' and it's fantastic, with a lot of nice overtones that don't come through in the pics. The lining is a cotton flannel with satin in the sleeves. I almost went with a full satin lining, but changed my mind and went with the flannel. I thought this would be a better option due mainly to the orientation of the inner pocket. I thought satin might be too lightweight to support use of the pocket. Turns out even with the cotton I get more pull-down than I'm comfortable with if I toss my wallet or cell phone in there. In hindsight I wish I'd gotten the satin lining with no interior pocket, as the flannel does grip and pull my shirts around underneath. The hardware is a gray antiqued nickel. It seems fine, but the zipper pull feels a little lightweight and bendy when I zip up the jacket. Overall quality and workmanship is very good. I can't find any faults. Customer service was excellent, I'd recommend buying from them without any hesitation. BTW - they also sell on Ebay, and a better price can be had using the 'make an offer' feature than the prices listed on their site.