Spent a couple hours of quality time with mine yesterday. After a little mini-setup, I was immediately impressed with the fretwork and fingerboard quality and obviously the subtle asthetics that I was expecting. However, the treble side tremelo spring was rubbing against the the sidewall of the cavity in the as shipped furthest hole on both ends position. This took me all of 3 seconds of moving the tremelo arm to discover, and in all honesty is pretty damn piss poor for an instrument of this quality and suprised me quite a bit. This soured me on the build some, but was an easy fix in moving the springs over a notch. At this point I became substantially more critical and noticed the nut was cut a hair deep, particularly on the treble side and will likely need a shim or a touch more relief to resolve potential fretting issues on the high E. Also, while I appreciate they glue in all their frets, there was a good bit of squeeze out on mostly the higher frets for a bit of bondline slop, but this is also merely asthetic. All in all a great piece that needs a little more work than it should out of the box, but a classic nonetheless.