Hi all, Entering the "boutique" realm, looking at various electric guitar builders that sell through dealers, and some who will do that as well as sell directly to the end purchaser. I am familiar with the MAP concept. I also know that, in cases like Taylor guitars which has an MAP policy, retailers have a certain amount of pricing flexibility, and there is some percentage that a buyer can negotiate off of the MAP to a "street" price. Is that something that is done in the Thornton, Grosh, K-Line, [name your builder] arena when working with a dealer, or even with the builder? I would expect the builder, if purchasing directly, might want to hold firm to protect the dealer network, but again, not really sure. Can you wiser, more experience folks offer insight? I don't want to offend anyone going in, and I realize I can simply try to negotiate with whomever I choose to purchase from and see what happens, just looking for what has been customary in this market. Thanks very much!!