In need of a straight collared white shirt, I recently purchased a to be ironed pinpoint on-line from BB. I assumed it would be made in the USA like their OCBD's. In fact, the cellophone package it came in said at the bottom that it was union made in the USA. Sadly, that contrasted with the "made in Malaysia" stitching in the shirt's lable. I went back to the web-site to see if I had been a victim of false advertising. To my chagrin, the only shirts on the non-non-iron shirt offerings that claimed to be made in the USA were the OCBD's. All their pinpoints were "imported". Why the wrapping carried the made in the USA and union assurance must have been a mistake. The shirt (which I have yet to remove from the wrapping) looks to have been refolded--perhaps a return that ended up in the wrong bagging. Lesson learned. If you want a BB shirt made in the USA, stick to the original OCBD's to be ironed. Curious, would members of the forum who care to respond A) send it back and go with a pinpoint made in the USA (Gitman Bros.) B) exchange it for an OCBD or C) just go with it and hope that any difference in quality would be minimal and unnoticible? I do like the BB forward point for when I'm not wearing a BD. Is their pinpoint material as good as that marked TTX? Any experience with shrinkage, etc.? BTW, I recently bought a blue BB end-on-end and went back and looked at the lable. Import as well. How long before they outsource the venerable OCBD or make it non-iron? Pardon the semi-rant...bit I know many on the forum prize garments made in the USA and you may learn from my ignorance if need be. Otherwise, I'd just be interested in hearing from respected and discriminating members of the forum on my other issues. Sorry if I got off topic at times.