Stuff happend an now I must decide between a couple of very awesome guitars. I am looking for a hardtail 7 that is built properly, tight tolerances and stuff. I already own an Ibanez RG7-421 from 2000 with a kiesel lithium in the bridge, stock neck PU in standard, and a Schecter KM-7 MK2 with a duncan distortion 7 in the bridge stock sentient neck PU. These are my options: Misha HT7, used. https://ibb.co/iseH5R https://ibb.co/moaqQR Skervensen Raptor 7 w/barenkuckles, used. https://ibb.co/fJ6KKm https://ibb.co/cU7Rzm Strandberg Boden OS7, new. https://ibb.co/cNBmzm https://ibb.co/hXbas6 I like a radius on the flatter side, non compound if possible. prefer passive pickups, prefer Hipshot over the Hannes, dont mind 25.5 or 26.5, the latter being better for drop tunings. the quilt on the Misha looks better. Leaning towards the mahogany in the Skervensen vs the alder in the Misha sig or swamp ash in the Boden, mahogany would be something I don't yet have, my basswood and my ash guitars are on the brighter side so some variety would be good. I am leaning a bit more towards the Servensen due to the Mahogany though with a single master vol and no tone knob or coil splitting it inst really too versatile in that regard. Though my current guitars can be split just fine so that should be fine. Mishas sig excells in that regard IMO, hes got the 5 way selector which i love The Boden is last mostly due to the fact that I'm not really in the mood for a headless yet, and also a south Korean vs a USA guitar is almost a no brainier. I would also assume the build quality of the Skervensen is up there with Mishas sig and above the Strandberg Boden. The necks on these guitars is an area i need advice in, not really clued in on these aside from the endurneck. Can you guys help me out here, any tips/advice would be appreciated! Thank You.