Whenever I used to think of a superstrat, I always thought of guitars with a pointed headstock, a Floyd Rose trem, a bridge humbucker, and a downsized Strat-shaped body covered in some kind of crazy paint color. For a while, it seemed like no one would touch them anymore, only searching out vintage Fenders and Les Pauls. Now, it seems like the definition has evolved to include just about anything Strat shaped, but with upgraded woods (sometimes lots of figuring), high end pickups, etc. Has anyone else noticed this change in definition? Are superstrats still popular with players out there?