Hello, Everyone - I do about 1 build per month, normally using parts I have lying around, parts I fabricate, or parts I get good deals on. That being said, I typically don't do any mockups/design work beforehand (except in my head). I decided to change that behavior for this upcoming build and used my very limited skill in photo manipulation to develop this mockup: I already have the Ash JM body and a very nice pau ferro/flamed maple neck. This mockup is, obviously, created using the Warmoth body creator (thanks, Warmoth!) - the color will not be 100% (using Wudtone T Bird) so there will be visible grain (which I am a huge fan of, especially with ash). Now I wanted to get some opinions from you guys - I got the body as an absolute STEAL (didn't fabricate myself) - my only complaint is that it is rear routed, which is a bit awkward on a JM (the cavity is on the lower bout). Using this split JM pickguard from Warmoth, I am confident I can squeeze the volume/tone in on the pickguard (just so it doesn't look odd with controls that aren't on/through the pickguard). I am pretty positive that I cannot squeeze the switch in and have it comfortably functional, which is why I've mocked it up on the upper pickguard - this will require a bit of routing under the pickguard to place the switch. Pickups, I'm thinking SD Phat Cat neck, still undecided on the bridge pickup. Please feel free to share your thoughts/opinions!