Recently bit hard by the ES-335 bug...again... Looking at the Gibson lineup via the musicians friend site, it is hard to tell which is what and why. I *think* I narrowed it down to these three models. The '59 Historic RI, the '59 RI, and the '59 neck. How do these three compare and contrast in a real-world setting...not on paper or on the Gibson website. I know that the Historics are made in Nashville and the the customs are made in Memphis. Is the fit and finish worth the extra 1k? I mean, the prices are pretty high across the board, so an extra 1k is what an extra 1k is. I've only played one Gibson 335 way back in 2006, and it was a good experience. I've played Epiphone Dots and Elitists, along with a Noel Gallagher sig around the same time, but the Gibby had the better fit and feel, though the Elitist dot wasn't too shabby. I'm sure one of the models I am looking at would be better? I'm still trying to weed through everything before I go and play some...being the well informed customer has its perks! The closest thing I have to a 335 is a Gretsch Spectra Sonic with TV Jones Powertrons and a 95 Les Paul Studio, both are great guitars, but I think that a 335 would fit right in or overtake these two, and it would be my tele and a 335...not that I would let go of any of my electrics! As far as foreign options, do any Tokais or Navigators stack up to these models of 335s?