Hey guys, the is my newest conversion, I have sold off all the previous ones and will be sticking with this guitar, it's an Agile Interceptor 727 custom build, which I ordered back in November of last year. It arrived with multiple issues but I was given a $200 discount, making this an $865 purchase. I just got a gloss black finish, no binding or inlays, single humbucker and all standard features. I did my usual clay dot inlays, offset and the 24-tone fingerboard fretted in quarter steps. I did pretty good this time, didn't get the frets (too) crooked, but the spacing is a little off in the high register, nothing horrible though. Being that it's a neck-thru instrument, I was unable to use my miter box and had to do the fret slots completely free-hand. Taking that into consideration, I am actually quite pleased with the fretwork on this one. I replaced the EMG 707 with an 81-7, the same pickup I have had in each of my previous Interceptor conversions, and I applied conductive shielding paint to the control, pickup, tremolo and battery cavities. My bassist and I are working on a companion bass guitar for this instrument, it is a 5-string Agile Septor bass, which is being modified and painted to match my Interceptor as closely as possible. Included is a picture of the bass, which is a work in progress. I'll post a thread with more pics and a description once it is finished, in a week or two.