What's the deal with sizing? I swear it makes it so hard to buy anything online. I live in a small town where the nicest store we've got is Macy's and it caters to gangster thugs not skinny white boys. So needless to say I tend to order almost all of my clothes online. It just sucks when you have to guess on what size will actually fit. I mean things like jeans and shirts, and jackets... Why is it so freaking hard??? Now, flame me if you want for brand choices, but whatever... I have a some Guess jeans, I started ordering 34x34. Which looking back, is probably too big. (I'm 5'11, 155lbs) One pair fits great, the second pair is like HUGE, probably could have been a 32" waist and still been comfortable. I've got some 33's that fit okay, not bad, but not great, on the bigger side. I also have a pair of Lucky's with a 33" waist, they are huge as well. If I measure my natural waistline, it's 32". Where I tend to wear my jeans, it measures 34". Should I be ordering 32's anyways... But still, with the inconsistencies, sometimes even in the same brand, it is still hard to say. Same thing when it comes to shirt and jacket sizing. I have a small chest, 40-41". It kind of sucks because a lot of companies that sell in S/M/L sizing normally seem to be splitting at 40-42", short sleaves I tend to drop the size, but long sleeves it leaves them too short, and the larger size is normally too large in the chest. But again I have a couple Guess leather jackets, one Medium, that fits good in the chest, arms could be 1/2" longer. A large, that fits the same in the chest but longer arm. Why is it so hard to make a size that actually relates to the size of the garment??? I don't really dare ordering some nicer more expensive stuff, because I don't know if it will actually fit. I hate that.