Back on Friday, December 23rd, 2005, I looked at four suits from each of these brands at Bergdorf Goodman. I tried on one of the four suits from each of these three brands that I looked at. I carefully looked and felt all of them. Here is my take: br> Oxxford: in a class of it's own in every conceiveable way! Assembly and material quality are absolutely incomparable! The jacket was not only the most comfortable suit jacket ever, but the most comfortable jacket ever, period! Even a sweat jacket can't match an Oxxford jacket in comfort. Equally out of this world (in an enthusiastically positive way, of course) for the office and for special occasions! The jacket, vest and overcoat selection is quite versatile; 7 or 8 vest styles and a plethora (or too many to count) of jacket and overcoat styles overall. Oxxford will also cut/modify a jacket, vest or overcoat for you even if it is not in their style guide provided that the jacket, vest or overcoat that they cut/modify for you is easy and well within reason (i.e. nothing that is bizarrely out of the ordinary) to cut/modify. IMO, the best part or one of the best parts? It is the least expensive of these three brands at $2K-10K for an off the rack suit and $3K-15K for a made to measure suit. Add $100 for MTM with a baste fitting (available exclusively at the Oxxford retailer in New York City on 57th Street), marketed as (unnecessarily so, I might add) bespoke. At this price, OTR is a waste of money, IMO. Therefore, IMO, MTM should be mandatory at this price. Brioni: Assembly and material quality are second only to Oxxford. The jacket was too stiff for everyday wearing (at least for me, that is). But it would still work just as superbly for the office as it would for special occasions. The vest selection is the most versatile of these three brands: 10-15 styles overall. I didn't see the jacket and overcoat styles but can imagine it is, at the very least, just as versatile as the vest style selection. The price range is $3K-15K for an OTR suit and $4K-25K for an MTM suit. As I said before, at this price, MTM is a must for me. But I would not go above $15K for any suit, be it MTM or bespoke, even if I were one of the richest people on earth! Kiton: The assembly and material quality were both no better than Joseph Abboud at best. Whichever Ask Andy members said that Kiton suits were for special occasions only (preferably two or three special occasions a year at the most, IMO) and ill suited for the office were exceptionally spot on! The vest selection was not too versatile with five or six styles to choose from (only two of which were decent, IMO). I am sure the jacket and overcoat selection is very highly versatile. It better be for $4K-20K for an OTR suit and $6K-30K for a MTM suit. Add $0-200 for a baste fitting, available exclusively in Naples, Italy (where Kiton got started) and at Bergdorf Goodman in NYC, where it is marketed as custom or bespoke (which is also unneccesarily so, I might add) at both places. This makes Kiton the most expensive of these three brands and, IMO, one of the poorest values on earth! The Hurricane Gloria of wasting money, even for a MTM suit at 1/3 the starting price of Kiton's MTM suits. I will give props to Kiton for their jacket being nearly as comfortable as Oxxford and much more comfortable than Brioni. I guess that keeps Kiton from being the Hurricanes Katrina and Rita of wasting money. After pestering people with pointless questions (let's not get into any details about this or anything similar, PLEASE??????!!!!!!) on Ask Andy's about bespoke Kiton suits incessantly in the Fall of 2005, I feel like one of the biggest fools on earth (which I actually am not, I might add)! I have lost interest in Kiton completely!