Well, I finally got a buyer for my RG7421 with the Dimarzios. I had some kid who wanted it, but he wouldn't get back to me for nothing. I sent him an e-mail saying I needed to hear from him within about a week or I was going to sell it to someone else. I didn't hear from him, so I sold it. He still hasn't gotten back to me, it's been about three weeks now. I sold it to some other kid in Pennsylvania for the lowest price I could stand. $280 plus shipping. (This is with Dimarzios installed, mind you.) Packed it up good, in the box my new Schecter came in, insured it for $300 and had them put a signature requirement on it, then sent it off into the night. She was a good guitar, brave lass and true, and stood by me through many dark times. Slim Wizard 7 neck, all black, Dimarzio pickups, sleek RG7 body with fixed bridge. As much as I love my new Schecter (and I do), I'll still miss her. She was a great guitar, and served me well for about five years as my main axe. O my beautiful RG7421, may the wind be at your back! May you sail smoothly on calm seas, and rock the world of all who hear your luscious melodies! May you never know the pain of any more dings, or the disgrace of lame ass stickers pasted to you or dust gathering on your sensuous curves! Fare well, my beloved! I'll miss you, and think of you fondly for many years to come. There's no smiley for a solemn salute, so these will have to do.