I believe there was a section explaining why he didn't normally use maple, but it sounded like he'd build with it if desired. (if I'm not mistaken!)Wow! This is fantastic!
I just went through the questionnaire to see what options there might be.
A few thoughts:
Single (bridge) pickup option? Or would that require something expensive to be developed? A fair number of us metal guitarists actually prefer a single pickup model, and it might simplify the issue of the switch that sticks out (you wouldn't need a switch anymore).
Of the listed neck timbers, wenge was the only one I'm familiar with. Personally, is there a specific reason why maple is not listed? IT seems to me to be, by far, the most common neck wood on the market. Maybe there's an excellent reason why it ought to be avoided, or maybe it's just your own preference (either is perfectly fine, I'm just curious).
Some of the questions won't let me skip, even if they are redundant, like, for example, if you select "no binding," you still have to choose which binding material, and there's no type-in option to just say "none." Same with the control knobs and maybe one or two other things.
You have open-ended scale length options - I think that is awesome! But, I imagine that, at some point, the thing won't fit in the case anymore, no? Personally, I'm in the minority of players who will opt for the longest scale length practicable. If you let me choose anything, I might come back with something ridiculous.
And this is probably something I just missed on the website, but I'd 100% want to see video of how to assemble and disassemble the guitar. It's probably brainless once you've done it once, but just seeing the photos of the assembled and disassembled guitars and the included fasteners and tools gives me a moment of pause. Hopefully you already have such a video or are working on one. If not, it could lead to some hesitation from buyers.