I have posted about the Paul Kossoff Les Paul, so here are a couple more that have just caught my eye, and I haven't seen mentioned here yet. The Jeff Tweedy SG61 with Lyre Blue Mist. And the Derek Trucks 50th Anniversary SG The Jeff Tweedy SG61 w/ Lyre in Blue Mist (very cool IMO) features ; Unpainted satin neck. Rosewood fingerboard and 57 Classic pickups. Nice guitar that seems to be in the standard range of Gibson Electrics from it's appointments/spec and it's £1259 (at one dealer) street price. ($1956-approx). The Trucks 50'th Anniversary SG features; ...are exactly the same! Except that the Lyre is 'modified' in some way, but like the Tweedy, also chrome. Dont know about the 'Unpainted satin neck' though. Retail (again, from one retailer) is approx- £1365. ($2121 - but whether you pay that in the States is another matter). I actually quite like the Tweedy model. It's around the same price as the 61 RI and apart from the 57's, which I have never thought all that great, I would be happy with one. On the face of it though, it's two or three hundered pounds more than a standard SG, without any apparent upgrades in spec, apart from the Lyra's. In one way, it really makes me appreciate the lengths that Jhonny Marr has gone to to design his signature Jaguar. However, I haven't played either of these models, so I'm just going on the basic spec I see before me.