Given how much work there was I'm not sure it was worth the effort. First there was printing and sticking the PDF then I had to make changes, raising the waistline by 1", reducing the shoulder width and taking first 4 3/4" from the length and then later another 2". Given the number of pieces and that there were no lengthen/shorten lines that took considerable time.
The instructions weren't always clear; the diagram for step 4 is actually incorrect, the collar took a little figuring out and I had a nightmare with the lining. At certain points there was so much thickness that I thought my machine might struggle, particularly sewing the facing/collar, thank goodness my trusty Pfaff coped. The sleeves were difficult to ease in and I have seen some others found this. I bought a gorgeous button from Akahban, but it was 1 1/4" inches wide and my button-hole foot didn't make button holes that big, so I went for a bound button-hole. I thought the wool would be too thick for this so made the lips from some silk. Not sure that has really worked and from the photos it also looks a little high. I added shoulder pads to fill out my rather narrow shoulders.
Sorry there is a lot of whinging here. As you can see I didn't really enjoy this make (and because I was trying to finish it for Sew My Style I did it in a week). I'm not really pleased with the result, mainly because of the fabric ... but .... I may try it again. I do think this coat has potential. I love the shape, love the easy welt pockets, look the topstitching and in the right fabric could be great. Also there is a sewalong currently happening, which will clarify any difficulties. There are changes I would make: the sleeves seem a little big, narrow slightly, lower the button hole, perhaps put an inch back on the length, and length the lining to avoid pulling and the welts would benefit from light interfacing By the way I love this lining!