What do you want to spend? There are lots of MIJ options in either Tokai, Epiphone Elite, Edwards, Burny, Greco and so on that might fill the bill and be better quality than teh current stock of Korean Epiphones, they will run you about 1000 bucks.
I had an Agile once and it was a nice enough guitar. I have good gigging stuff as it is and I want something a little meaner than a tele and not as RAWK as a regular Les Paul. I figure P90s are the way to go, and I love that goldtop look.
I was pleasantly surprised by the Schecter Solo 6. A nod to the Les Paul with some modern upgrades (Ervana nut, Tonepros bridge, etc.). I picked up a Schecter Solo 6 Limited Gold Top with P90's for $500 and it rocks. I may change out the pickups but that is purely taste. I've even recently seen this guitar on eBay with humbuckers.
Schecter Solo 6 Limited Edition Gold Top features:
I pick up a used Epi 56 Gold Top from GC a few weeks ago. Got it w/ HSC for $350. Love the P90s! It's a good one; would have gladly payed up to $500 for it. I've played others that weren't nearly as good as this one. I'm totally digging it. Depending on your budget, like the others said, seriously consider the Japanese models if they're within your reach.
ESP LTD PB-401 - has Duncan P-Rails, so you get humbucker, p-90, and single coil tones. The split tones sound great with clean to low gain settings, and the humbuckers will handle any high gain needs you might have. I picked this one up off of eBay for $599.