Hi All, It's been a very long time since I've done a guitar refinish (for anyone who's interested the thread on my last build is here https://www.sevenstring.org/threads/ibanez-sz-refinish.274337/). This time around I've decided to go with a kit build and landed on the Harley Benton CST-24 kit: https://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_electric_guitar_kit_cst_24.htm There's literally no reviews or posts on this specific kit that I found online so I thought that documenting my process (including any comments I have on the kit in general) might be helpful for someone who is considering one. You guys we're also very helpful last time around and I'm open to any and all comments, criticisms, and suggestions as I move through this process. For anyone who's wondering why I chose this specific kit, key reasons are as follows: 1. I like the PRS guitar style but did not want a kit that had a rip-off headstock or bird inlays (ie: I was looking for something that had a PRS style but doesn't look like a total PRS Ripoff. 2. I wanted a cheap kit that I can upgrade, learn more about setups etc., without worrying about destroying something more expensive. 3. Recognizing that I'll probably end up having way more into this than its worth, my goal is to end up with a half decent player. The kit arrived today, more details to follow with my initial impressions in the next post!