GHT, you may be right. Austin Reed is not what it was, and Dunn disappeared, I think, though it was decent in the 80s. Keep in mind that (as far as I know), all the sellers you mention sold solid workmanship, perhaps slightly dull, but characteristically good English quality -- all the suits and jackets more or less the same look, just quality differentiated along with price. I don't think people want that, anymore. I was in Bath in the summer on holiday this year, and most of what was in the gents' outfitters looked like knock-offs from a fashion show. Next isn't really Hepworths' is it? I found that you can't get the kind of price-quality combination that firms like Burton used to offer. Nowadays, if it is cheap it is nasty.