Despite us asking out loud whether it's time for a fresh approach to Daniel Craig's 007 wardrobe, you have to admit that the sixth Bond's well-tailored, subtle and functional approach to espionage style delivers more wins than losses, which we guess is to be expected when you're getting kitted out by the likes of Tom Ford...
With the creasy renegade now (finally) signed up for at least one more run-out in the MI6 colours, we decided it was time to round-up Craig's most memorable James Bond looks.
Oh, and you know the Casino Royale swimwear made the cut.
The Swimwear, Casino Royale
Emerging from the surf a wax-chested adonis who never misses shoulder day, these were the shorts that catapulted Craig into the public consciousness, while also inspiring a million middle-aged men to take a look at the paunch and say "Maybe I will join that gym..."
The Printed Shirt, Casino Royale
Hardly the most colour-hungry Bond out there when it comes to his clothing, Craig's choice of shirt for the death-defying opening scene of his 007 debut is memorable in that it deviates away from his preferred shades of grey, black, navy, black, navy and grey, while having just the right amount of give so as not to restrict him from beating up bad guys on top of a massive crane.
The Steel Grey Suit, Skyfall
One of many beautiful suits offered up by Tom Ford for Craig's tenure, this steel grey number, worn in Skyfall's hectic opening scene, was perfectly accessorised with a textured tie and coordinating stolen dirt bike.
The White Tuxedo, Spectre
When you're trying to woo Lea Seydoux on a train then you better believe that you're going to need to bring your style A game, which is obviously why Bond opted for a next-level eveningwear option in the form of a white tux.
We think you looked very nice, James.
The Stylish Snow Gear, Spectre
Dressing the part for a jaunt to the Austrian alps in Spectre, Bond's choice of snow-ready style was part low-key spy, part Italian fashion magnate on a skiing holiday. A winning combination.
The Green Suit, Skyfall
The dark green hue; the subtle print; the quietly complimentary tie and the pale blue shirt that brings just the right level of contrast. Tom Ford has made a lot of great suits for Bond, but this one might just be our favourite.
The Tan Blazer, Spectre
Trapped in the desert with Lea Seydoux (poor guy), Craig made sure he dressed the part in his final showdown with Blofeld (Christoph Waltz playing a watered down version of his Inglorious Basterds villain), rocking unstructured tan tailoring, desert boots and a knit tie.
He does love a knit tie.
The Pea Coat, Quantum of Solace
Comfortably the worst of Craig's four Bond films, with arguably the stupidest name, too, there weren't a huge amount of redeeming features to be found in Quantum of Solace, but we can think of one: this navy wool pea coat.
Oh, and Olga Kurylenko.
The Barbour Jacket, Skyfall
Despite feeling like a scene that was shoehorned into Skyfall for no apparent reason (are you saying that groundsman has just been waiting in a crofter's lodge for decades just on the off chance James returns?), one of the best things to come out of Bond's visit to the Scottish highlands was his take on country chic.
See, Barbour jackets aren't just for people who own Land Rover Defenders and spaniels and go for a walk in the city every now and again because they think they're 'country'.
The Tailored Separates, Skyfall
The outfit worn by Craig during his very first meeting with Ben Whishaw's Q at the National Gallery in Skyfall, if you were to pick out an outfit that's both parts stylish and versatile, then this... this would be it.
Quality style here, Dan.