This may be redundant to some of you guys who hang on Ron's forum. I'm joining as many "Thorn Appreciating" forums as possible so that I can kill as much time as possible to alleviate some of my P.S.F.W.W.O.M.F.T. affliction. Here's the specs: Thorn Artisan Deluxe Body: 2-pc. Black Limba (Stripy) - Solid Carve Top - Bookmatched 5A Quilt Maple (will pick this out in person) Inlaid Top Option Total body thickness: 1-7/8" Rear Tummy Cut: Yes Rear Hand Contour: Yes Neck: Black Limba Headcap: Matching Quilt Maple Inlaid Headcap Option Neck Carve: Slim Taper (Match Existing PRS Wide/Thin) Fretboard: Brazilian Rosewood / 25" Scale / 12" Radius / 22 Frets Nut: 1.687" Graphtech - Tremnut Fretwire: 6150 Bridge: Thorn 1-pc. Tremolo - Nickel Tuners: Locking Sperzel - UltraLite w/ Pearloid Buttons Pickups: Neck - SD SH-2 Jazz (4-conductor) Dbl. Black Bridge - SD SH-4 JB (4-Conductor) Dbl. Black Purfling: Paua - Body Top / Fretboard / Headstock Side Dots: White Mother of Pearl Dunlop Straploks - Nickel Hardware - Nickel Inlaid Logo: Pearl/Paua Inlaid Truss Rod Cover -Brazilian RW + Sterling Silver Inlays: Firesuns - Pearl/Paua Controls: Vol. x 1 Tone x 1 (Push/Pull for splitting. Only has function in positions # 1 & 3) 5-way Blade Positions: #1 - Neck Humbucker (Push/pull = front single coil only) #2 - Neck coils in parallel = Women Tone #3 - Neck + Bridge Humbuckers (Push/Pull = front coils of both pickups in Parallel = Strat Quack) #4 - Rear Coils of both pickups in Parallel = Tele Tone #5 - Bridge Humbucker Only (I recommend not splitting the bridge pickup alone...this is not a popular tone - too brittle. Also, you can always flip to the bridge position for leads knowing it will be in full humbucker mode...kinda like a blow-switch) Color: Top - Tortoise per PRS image Body Back - Natural Neck - Natural SATIN Headstock Face: Match Top Deluxe TKL Hardshell Case Included Notes: < 8lbs 9-42 Elixir Nanowebs Low Action Options: Mini Toggle switch in lieu of push/pull for coil splitting Oh, and P.S.F.W.W.O.M.F.T. = Panic Stress Factor While Waiting On My First Thorn. I'm only 2 days into the 14-16 month process and I'm trying to adapt to the fact that a year from today it will still be ALMOST ready.... UGH.