I have an Ibanez mod project in mind, and for it I would like to strip an Edge Pro 7's cosmo finish and have it powder coated with Cerakote, or a similar ultra-durable powder coating. I haven't decided which color yet, but I know it'll be a matte metallic color (e.g. nickel, gold, bronze, etc). I don't have the time nor tools to do this myself, but a local shop here does this kind of stuff all the time on guns, knives, and other objects. Their work is fantastic, so I sent them an email with photos of my trem and other metal parts that I'd want coated (locking nut, tuners, knobs, etc). Unfortunately, their response was that they're not sure if they can do it "due to all the little moving parts." None of them are guitarists and have never seen a contraption like a tremolo, so naturally it looks a bit daunting to them. I'd like to show them some pics of powder-coated trems. I don't really care if they're Ibanez trems or Floyds, but if you've got some pics I'd love to see them. Yes, I've Googled, but all the coated trems I've found online kinda suck or were sloppily done--and none are quite what I'm wanting to do anyway. Most are glossy, bright, neon colors, and that's not the look I'm after. Oh and, yes, I've already grabbed some pics from the Floyd Rose website. However, those are factory finishes. I need to prove to these guys that this can be done after-market.