I was wondering what happened to certain guitar series that Ibanez discontinued. I could mention the X series with the Xyphos available only as an Iron Label, the Falchion completely discontinued. What's the problem? Is it really the extreme shape or probably the fact that I'm going to buy a guitar that is "just" worth its price? I've been gasing a lot for a Falchion, but really, buying for around 300,00 a guitar with a bad bridge, and bad pick-ups, barely acceptable quality of woods and probably an overall low attention to detail prevents me to fork even that low amount of money. A Falchion with a good version of the Edge, solid pickups (BKP or Seymour Duncan for a change), ebony fretboard and stuff like this would be more interesting. Then there's the 540pII which is a total blast from the past, seriously cool looking guitar, but Ibanez never tried a reissue to gauge the market's interest. And finally the biggest question mark of the thread. Where's the RGA series? That's an incredible cool looking series, maybe Ibanez's best for my likings, but again, imho, the market has been gauged badly with those models. Mostly Premium, 7 only with fixed bridges, no reverse headstocks. Few options that imho killed the interest for the series. C'mon, how many people wanted that cool looking Broderick that never happened? Why not change the design just slightly and drop it on the market even without an attached sig? It's likely 2-3 years that Ibanez doesn't manage to drop a guitar which I'm going absolutely crazy with, if you want the fretboard without dots, you can only have it with a fixed bridge (just a made up example), reverse headstock is always just a dream, and stuff like that So, why Ibanez seems so detached from what people like?