Thinking of doing another guitar build and am seriously considering going with a floyd and doing the whole VH frankenstrat vibe. I've done striped guitars before in the past on summer builds that have turned out pretty cool. I probably won't go with the exact colors (Eddie's son Wolfgang has an awesome bluish/purplish take on the frankenstrat for one of his basses), but I wondered-- is the whole idea of the striped guitar, painted in the garage w/ rattle cans, a little played out at this point? There are a ton of guys over on Halen.com doing some KILLER frankenstrat, VH1 and Bumblebee replicas. I personally love the look of all of them, and as long as I'm not going for a dead-on replica, taping/striping/painting an unfinished body isn't that hard. The striped guitars I've done before were a TON of fun to do). The thing is, I don't play alot of VH stuff-- part of me feels weird about having a guitar w/ a look that's so iconic of a great guitarist. Almost like it doesn't have enough of my own personality to it. Even doing a different take on it-- it's still the stripes on a strat type guitar. Very VH no matter how you slice it. thoughts, opinions?