My 2nd DC800 showed up a couple days ago and I was just now able to get outside to get some decently lit pictures....damn Michigan weather. I had planned on a fancy photo shoot but I got boned on that for now so I just took some quick pictures. Alder body Med Jumbo SS Frets Gunmetal Gray Metallic Blackburst Edges Natural Satin Back Of Neck Flame Maple Neck Ivory Graph Tech TUSQ Nut A happy couple I really like the attention they put into the blackburst. You can see the metallic all the way up the horns Now that I have posted all of the pictures let me get down to a couple things I will be contacting Carvin about. While the thing plays just as good as my first one that was FLAWLESS im finding that it didnt seem they payed as much attention to detail. First there is a spot at the end of the base of the neck where it meets the body that something scraped against it and took the paint off down to the wood. Its pretty small but still..... Next is the bridge pickup seems to have scratches/scuffs on the front of it. I tried to wipe them to see if they would come off but they done. Also you can see in the picture they scratched the bridge while intonating. I have seen this on even more expensive guitars, but I was surprised to see this since my first DC800 was flawless. I could let that part go but the scrape and bridge pickup bother me a bit. Im going to call Carvin Monday and get it taken care of. Anyone think I should make a fuss about the bridge?