Here is my situation. I currently have the following Driskill Diablo - 3 P90's, swamp ash top - does the blues rock thing real good. Melancon pro Artist T - 2 P 90's, Koa top - does cleans better than the Driskill, better suited for things a little more country rock. Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins - stock filter tron pick ups with Bigsby. Does the Gretsch thing Hamer Monaco hollow body with Bigsby - Seymour Duncan custom humbuckers. Probably the most versatile guitar I have. Early 90's fender American strat - this has tom Anderson pickups in it and a nice birdseye maple neck and fretboard. Does the strat thing well. I play mainly blues rock and classic rock, and mainly originals. Some stuff may have a pop flavor, some a little country, and some a little more rock heavy. Price range can vary some, depending on when I pull the trigger, which may depend on when I find the right guitar. I have $1,600 stored away now, which will grow over time. I don't feel the need to get something because I can or have the money. In my mind, I have been leaning towards either a Les Paul type guitar or a 335 type. But would be in favor of something that isn't Gibson (reason being quality is all over the place, and if I found a good one, I feel you pay more for the Gibson name). So I am thinking maybe another Hamer Monaco (not hollow), or maybe a Heritage. If I went more for the 335 type, I would want it to be with humbuckers, and would prefer a bigsby, which seems a little hard to find on Heritage, which are already hard to find. I am also considering saving a lot more and considering a Collings, but not sure if I have the patience for that. I probably should consider a really nice strat too, but do not seem motivated in that direction. My tastes cosmetically have changed a little, I used to be almost solely focused on the decorative top. Still not opposed to it, but the Gretsch and Hamer go away from that, and I find them just as nice to look at (which isn't that important anyway). Basically would likely not pursue a sunburst or black guitar, anything else is fine, but would like to stay away from red also, since I already have a couple of red. I should also consider an upgrade to my acoustic, which gets a lot of play time because it is easy to just go play it, it is quieter, and I can also take it outside by the fire. But my motivation isn't quite there either, although I think that will be my focus after one more electric. So being I am all over the place, any suggestions to make me be even more all over the place, or give me some focus, would be great.