To lighten things up around here, what kind of suits are you all wearing, both men and women, on the trail this year? And how the hell are you transporting them so that you don't have a piece of tin foil when you arrive at your destination. I had always been told that you need a navy blue suit, so what do I do, I go buy two suits without buying even one navy blue suit. I did not own a real suit because I had interviewed for medical school in my military dress uniform. I just hate dark navy blue suits because I feel like I am going to a funeral. So I bought one charcoal gray suit that is rather traditional. And then I bought this brown/gray colored suit (I am not really sure what color it is to be honest, which created a big problem when trying to buy shoes). This suit has pin stripes though that are not completely evident unless you are close up. The two together cost more money that I wish to discuss, but at least they will last me a few decades right? Sure, like the plad leisure suit my grandfather still owns...I bet he thinks it is still appropriate to wear! Now as for how to carry around these suits, I have come up with a solution like no other. Take notes, because this works like a charm. I bought a bag called a "Skyroll" whereas the inside is a tube about 10" in diameter, and about 20" long. It has a garment bag that wraps around it to keep the suit from being folded over where you might have a bad crease. But honestly, I think maybe even a regular foldover would work (anyone know?). The thing that has revolutionized my travel wrinkles is my portable travel steamer/iron that I got from Brookstone for about 40 bucks. It ejects some top knotch steam and literally melts away all wrinkles in about 2 seconds of exposure. It works way better than the old shower steamer. And lastly, if you screw up and get someplace and realize you left your socks at home, don't just panic and show up with hairy exposed legs. Always ask the hotel front desk where the nearest 24 hour Wal-Mart is. That saved my a$$ the first interview and may save you if the need arises. They even have ties. Now lets say you forget your entire suit and it is a Sunday and too late to find a mall. I was in the airport in Houston the other day and they actually had a store with suits and basic business attire. So check out the airport retailers, because what they have will surprise you. Anyone with some incredibly good tips? FYI, If you are from the south and you are headed north for interviews like I am, be sure to have a top coat to wear with your suit. I realized that my old trusty Gortex cammie jacket would not go real well with my suit when I visit places like Mayo, Indy, and Chicago!! Burlington Coat Factory has them for a hundred bucks in black and camel!!