I tried on the lambswool double zip sweater and the short duffle coat.
Both are TTS. Both were entirely unremarkable.
Discoveries and observations: there's a preponderance of lambswool sweaters this year. This seems to be a cost cutting measure: as my picture below shows, the lambswool is not thick-knit, but a very loose gauge, with noticeably less warmth than expected.
Similarly, the duffle coat is "wool Melton", which has about 25% nylon, 73% wool and 2% other fibers. It feels a little stiff, and isn't warm like some of my other coats. If I had loved the style I would have kept it though. I thought it wasn't special enough. Major pro: side entry pockets (pictured) on top of the flap pockets for keeping hands warm.
UPDATE: FYI I finished an older review of the regent blazer and it posted below the coach shoes review. Can't get blogger to fix it. Pls scroll down if interested!