Well besides the filing down of the Nut and setting the intonation I am all set. The players ... USA Custom Guitars Body and Neck Body is Mahogany - Solid with a Wild Maple Lamtop this is one heavy piece of wood, feels about 8 to 9 lbs total. Neck is birdseye maple with nickel frets a nice carve that starts out as a V and tapers to a U Finish done by Roxy Hardware all Callaham parts - Vintage Tele - it has knurled knobs which may seem out of place Pick ups are Kinman Broadcaster Pick ups and 1 Chromed pick up ring from Stew Mac. The nut is a Tusq nut The process: Neck fit perfectly and holes were pre-drilled to make life easy. Electronics fit perfectly The one issue was the bridge. This body was predrilled for a different bridge, but I was able to fit this one on without too many issues. also the pick up cavity was just a hair too small so with a dremel tool got that all fixed up. So there is 3 predrilled holes that are unused but you can't tell they are there because the bridge is over the top of it. Had a nut but it was way too thick and high so .. file file file .. it fits now but it is still a little to high, also intonation on the saddle side hasn't been set yet. Wiring was easy except that I switched around the wires to the output jack. Chris Kinman was of assistance here and got that fixed and now we have TONE. Guitar is pretty quiet, haven't turned it up yet so no tone report so far. Here are the gratuitous pics.