Well, it's been a long time in the making, but well worth the wait. Earlier this week I brought home my J. Nunis Custom guitar. It's everything I'd hoped and then some. Several months ago I gave Jim a three page list of very specific things I wanted in the guitar, even gave him a photoshop mockup. And the guitar matches the mockup nearly down to the wood grain. It's amazing. Here's a quick run down: 2" thick, 1-piece black limba body with a 0.25" flat African Blackwood top (the strip in the middle is the sapwood). There is a forearm bevel that exposes the black limba on the front, and deep contours on the back. Maple neck with Macassar Ebony fretboard and 24 stainless steel frets and no inlays. Ebony headstock overlay. Limba truss rod cover. Electronics: SD Jazz in the neck, SD Custom 5 in the bridge w/ push-pull coil tap. Graphtech Ghost piezo bridge w/ Acoustiphonic preamp. And here's some pics. the lighting in my house is terrible, so I'll have to take better pics in the sun.