After 13 months to the day it's finally in my hands! The build thread can be found here: https://www.sevenstring.org/threads/build-process-skervesen-swan-7.333372/ First impressions.... - The case is so effing epic all guitars should come in dedicated flightcases. It just screams business. - Fit and finish are easily on par with my PRS Wood Library CU24. It's simply perfect. No gaps anywhere, no paint bleeds, no finish flaws, no sharp frets, anything. Very nice one piece swamp ash body as a surprise. And it arrived perfectly in tune! - It resonates unplugged, neck most noticeably. I was wondering if that would translate to the amp and it does, it's a LOUD axe. - I haven't played a 7 for 20 years after selling my Universe and was worried how it would be, especially since I grew away from Wizard-style skinny necks. And this feels fantastic. The asymmetrical neck, while very fast, fills my hand in a very comfortable manner. Slightly thicker on the high strings side, slightly thinner under the thumb. Love it. String spacing is wide enough to not get me into trouble playing 6-string material. - Ergonomics are awesome. It sits in my lap perfectly, no edges anywhere near your arms/hands. Haven't put a strap on it yet so standing up is unknown for now. - It sounds ENORMOUS. It sustains like my PRS, I had them put in a tungsten sustain block though. The bridge Nailbomb has just the right amount of grind and it doesn't choke my Diezel which doesn't particularly love extremely high output buckers. Cleans up nicely too. The neck Mule is clear but definitely a PAF, warm but not lacking treble. Split tones are very usable and I would recommend anyone Skervesen's world domination mod, it's a really interesting tool, especially for the €30 upcharge. Not exactly a piezo but it performs admirably. The pictures are terrible, blame my phone camera haha, will try to take some real camera shots tomorrow.