I've been looking for a while at all the threads where everyone shows off their Partsocasters and I've gotten the itch to build one myself. I've heard some people give warnings that it's a little expensive to do it right, but looking around various dealers' websites I've come up with this: '57 or '62 MIJ reissue body from Reliablefender: $268 inc. shipping Warmoth neck - Vintage Modern, compound radius, maple fingerboard, jumbo Stainless Steel frets, Graphtech nut, Schaller locking tuners: $285 inc. shipping Callaham tremolo assembly: $131 inc. shipping Various screws and hardware from GFS: $18.00 I already have a pickguard loaded with the EMG DG-20 pickup set, so I'll save a lot on the electronics, so the total comes out to just over $700. This sounds like a real good deal to me, but I was just wondering what kind of experiences you've had. Has anyone done one that seemed great on paper but turned out to be a real dog? Anything I should watch out for?