Hey guys, just got my new Agile Interceptor 828 a few hours ago. First some pics: the back of the guitar has a slightly transparent finish, though the front shows none of the wood grain. And the amp being used with it at the moment: After playing through a bunch of songs, i am quite impressed with it so far. This is my second 8 string, the first being my RG2228. It was an easy transition from the ibanez neck to the agile neck. Im not too picky about neck size, but i believe if you are used to ibanez necks, you shouldnt have a problem with the agiles. I know alot of people dislike the EMG808, but i think they sound fine and probably wont bother replacing them. The interceptor only needed to be tuned, though it wasnt far off. Intonation and string height all seem to be right on the mark, which is a relief after hearing about intonation problems with these guitars. Maybe they have fixed that problem with the second batch? The guitar itself plays very well. The 28.625" scale makes the higher strings a little stiffer than im used to, guess ill just have to practice and build up more strength in my fingers. The one thing that takes some getting used to is the kahler bridge. The whammy bar is in a somewhat awkward position, right behind the high E string saddle (unlike a floyd or edge where the bar is beside the saddles). But it fits in snug and doesnt fly around freely, which is good. Also from reading about Kahlers, they seem to have a few advantages over floyd style bridges, namelly the built in ability to lock the bridge down and make it a fixed bridge, as well as not having to cut ball ends off the strings. It also seems you can adjust string spacing too. It also seems to hold tuning pretty well even with large dive bombs and the like. The one thing i am probably going to add are some of those vinyl stick inlays they sell on ebay. Someone with an intrepid put some on his agile and said they worked pretty good, so im going to give them a shot too. Any ideas on what kind of inlays should go on there?