This is going to reveal me as the cheap guy I am, but want the heck. I actually have a fair number of Thomas Pink and Brooks Brothers shirts, but I am also willing to buy from Costco, and places like Filene's and SYMS. And, although far and away most of my dress/business shirts are 100% traditional, wrinkle in an instant, cotton, and, unlike some folks around here, really like a good non iron 100% cotton shirt. I like that they do not wrinkle up right away, and I think the good ones look about as good as regular cotton, and perform well in every other respect including breathability. Anyway, I have bought some non iron 100% cotton dress shirts recently from Filene's/SYMS and from Costco that I thought I would report on. We are talking white or blue with white collar (not white cuffs!), traditional non button down, non spread collar, double/French cuffs. The Filene's/SYMS shirts--they carry the same brand (label says "Eagle") at the same price, $34.99--seem great. The fabric looks great to me. The non iron aspect performs really well. The body and collar are respectively full and about the size of a couple of years ago. The double cuffs line up nicely and look good. Workmanship seems perfectly good. The Costco shirts are more like $17.95 or so, if I recall. I think the fabric looks good. Heavier than the Eagle shirts. Toward an Oxford cloth, although not quite there. The cuffs line up well, and workmanship all around seems good. However, in distinction to the Eagle shirts, the Costco shirts are, as labeled, slim cut. Pretty much as tight as some English made shirts I have. It is different than the traditional baggy, say BB, shirt. But lots of folks are fans, and I think it looks pretty good, at least as a change up, even of fat guys like me. Also, the collar is somewhat smaller that what one saw a lot of a couple of years ago. I assume this is designed to recognixze that ties are getting narrower, and it is a very nice touch. A failing in the Costco shirt, which has been true of every supposed non iron shirt I have ever gotten at Costco is that the non iron quality is pitiful. The Eagle shirts will come out of the dryer very wearable. No way the Costco shirts will not need at least some touch up ironing, and really more like an all over ironing. Once one do that, I think the shirt resists wrinkles much better than a rebular cotton shirt. But it sure is a long way fior Brooks Brothers, or these Eagle shirts. Still fairly inexpensive at south of $20, and the slim fit and contemporary collars are a very nice touch.