Probably been done before, but I feel like sharing. After owning my 7620 for 6 months, I can say that it is a very nice-sounding and -feeling piece of gear. Vampire Kiss finish (pinkish red), 24 frets, dot inlays, DiMarzio New7 pickups, regular neck construction, all access heel, yadda yadda. See jemsite. Being "a Jackson-guy", I was pleasantly surprised with the Ibanez's playability and overall feel. It's pretty light and you have to be careful with it, as the finish seems to like chipping, but it's not as though you were holding some kind of toy. My action is not ridiculously low or high, but I experienced some fret buzz when I tried setting it pretty low - a Pro setup should get that sorted. Upper fret access is good on any given string. The playability is excellent, even for someone with girly-hands like me - I half expected the extra string to render playing stuff in the lower registers impossible for me, but quite the opposite. When I switched back to a 6 after playing for extended periods of time, I actually had the feeling that my 6s were missing something. The Floyd feels rather sturdy, keeps tune nicely and has a good range in either direction, it is a bitch to tune up though. I doubt that it seriously affects the sustain of the guitar in a negative way. They really could've thought of an easier way to adjust the height of the bridge... for the life of me, I couldn't figure out that there was a little screw inside the big screw, and that the big screw was one size larger than your regular guitar allen wrench. Yeah, I'm stupid, feel free to cast stones now. As far as tone goes, even though everyone has their own perception of what's good and what not, there's one thing you probably don't want on a 7.. a floppy sounding B string. The 7620 doesn't exactly shine here, as it is not as tight-sounding as I would have liked it, but it's not sounding bad either. Amp settings do make a slight difference here, at least to my ears. The pickups themselves are medium/high output ones and I could get some Petrucci-esque tones out of the guitar, through a 5150II even. That might just be my imagination, though. As far as I'm concerned, for the kind of money they charged for these guitars when they were new one could have expected something better than plastic dot inlays, as well as neck/neck&headstock binding. Those are cosmetic issues, but it's not like I'm asking for an airbrush finish here - it's just a bit too much of the Plain Jane-thing going on for my tastes. After all, I'm happy with the guitar. It looks great, even though I hate dot inlays (and plastic ones to boot...), sounds alright and most of all plays very well. After 6 months I assume I don't just like it because I spend a considerable amount of money for it (450$+shipping, including a JEM?UV?-case), but because it is a quality instrument indeed. Sorry for wasting your time&bandwidth, here's the only pic of it I could find right now to make up for it. I'll make better ones soon, I promise.