Do you know the saying "you get what you pay for"? Problem with buying online is all you see is a picture. You cannot tell leather quality, stitching etc... It could be a FANTASTIC purchase, or it could bomb.
Iv'e bought bridles online (to my dismay) and was never satisfied thinking im saving a couple of $$ actually cost me $$.
If your looking for good quality, try this link, www.nunnfiner.com
I have seen one of these, the quality is quite good, but the price is double what your paying for a Camelot bridle. Or try a Jeffries, I have a Jeffries dressage bridle, I love it, its light, and the leather is pretty nice. Good luck =)