So, I found this Ibanez FGM100 DY for 599,00. It's one of the guitars I absolutely wanted to have when I was 15. I played it and I found it amazing...I still remember the feeling. Now I found one for the price I mentioned earlier. The store sells it for a FGM300, but it's clearly not, the 300 has pearl sharkfins inlays, this one has yellow sharkfins, so it's the 100. The guitar though is not in perfect shape, decent but not perfect. The body has no kind of dings or dents, almost perfect. The cap of the switch and the tremolo cover on the back are missing and the knobs are a little worn out. No case. Then comes the "bad" stuff. The Lo-Pro Edge is very worn out, not damaged or not working but really worn out, like on my JEM 777, it basically shows that it's a 20 years old guitar that has been played. The frets are at the minimum, they are levelled (professionally levelled, I can clearly tell) but they're very very very thin. So, what I ask you guys, is...would you pick it up? The guitar needs at least 350,00 of new Edge + refret + purchasing missing parts + another 100-150,00 to buy an official Ibanez case (because I'm like that, but that could come later). I know the guys from the store, so I could eventually try to trade in a JS100 that I never used loads (my mistake, I had to pick a JS1000 instead of saving money) and see if I can get some discount... What would you guys do? Is the price right considering the amount of work that the guitar requires? I shall also add that I still need to refret and buy a new Edge my JEM77...so I could have both the guitars done from the same luthier for a discount.