This arrived yesterday. A Dunable Cyclops. My initial "straight out of the case" impressions were 1) it's light, and 2) it's ungodly smooth to the touch. Imperfections? Blemishes? Screw-ups? None I could find, and I looked. The finish was executed perfectly. Hardware (some of it's been aged) feels sturdy. The tuners operate smoothly, allowing for a nice degree of fine tuning, believe the ratio on them is 18:1. The tone/vol pots, which look cool as fuck, rotate consistently throughout their entire respective arcs. No sharp points on the TOM bridge, or any gaps between the pickguard and body. And speaking of the body, let me say that whoever designed it is an ergonomics master. Really, these forearm and belly cuts should be recognized as industry standards. No joke. As for the neck, it feels flawless, smooth beyond words. Easily the fastest feeling/playing neck I've ever felt. Width-wise, I'd say it's a medium "C". Not thick, not thin. Just a very comfortable in between sort of feel. The fretrwork also deserves special mention. No overhangs. No sharp edges. Each fret has been given a nice even uniform beveling. The overall impression here is one of quality and attention paid to detail. Tone Talk... Tonally, the guitar sounds extraordinarily balanced. Not hearing any freqs that need eq'ing out or around. The Dunable branded Direwolf pups sound clear and impart a very pleasing character. They're listed as being of med-hot output, and they remind me very much of the 498s that were in a Faded Special SG I used to own, but foolishly sold. In fact, everything about this guitar reminds me of that Faded Special, but only better built, better sounding, and better playing. Let me sum things up by saying that if you like the feel and tone of an SG then you will love the Cyclops.