I have a bone to pick with these polo shirt making companies. Whose genius idea was it to think that big was better when placing their logo on the breast of their shirts? More importantly, why did other fashion labels follow suit?
In my own humble opinion, I think the large scale polo player and crocodile look ridiculous on what is supposed to be a classic shirt for men. Some things in fashion just don't need to be redesigned, their classic appeal is what sells - unless I'm way off base!
I associate the larger logo with douchey men.