I've become unhealthily fascinated with this guitar. I've watched a bunch of the videos, and the impression I've come away with is this: Every time I'd hear one of the acoustic models, I'd think to myself, 'As if we can even agree on what X or Y tonewood contributes....' and then I'd blink, and think to myself, 'I can see that. That would work.' Not, 'it's a perfect representation!' but one that is effective and definitely catches the flavor of what's being modeled. That's part of why I kept watching, because I kept being pleasantly surprised. Additionally, I was really impressed by the general UI. To be very TGP, it really feels like a middle finger to Gibson's failed robot guitars, as if to say: You go back to making your pretty archtops. We here at Fender will carry on with building good tools, just like Leo did. There's a lot of tech in there, but it's seamlessly, thoughtfully, integrated. I mean, they put in a body sensor for the Candyrat folks, which I think is fantastic. And then, I hear the magnetic pickup, and I think to myself, that's no Telecaster pickup. Because it sounds....achingly anemic? I mean, the Reverb demo has it through a silverface DR, and it just sounds pallid. Sickly. I am 99% confident that the bronze strings are the reason. I'd be interested to try monel or nickel, but there's also the issue of gauge, when it comes to acoustic v electric feel. IOW, if it has an Achilles' heel, it seems to be the electric sound, which is kinda sad for a Telecaster. Of course, all of this is meaningless until we get the guitar in hand. Not me, of course. However, if it pulls off what it's trying to do, I think it'll do well, and I'm glad Fender made it. As if that matters to anyone but my dogs. Nah. They don't care either.