I bought this brilliant LP Standard 50’s (from the new “Original Collection”) through Wildwood Guitars. It weighs 9 lbs 9.75 oz and the neck measures .88 - 1.00 1st through 12th fret. I have a 2019 Traditional that Gibson referred to simply as a “Rounded Profile” and this new one is definitely thicker than that. It’s nice and loud and resonant when unplugged, along with very good sustain. Wildwood set it up nicely, though it still feels just a touch high on the action and relief. Some of that could be me being used to the lower fret profile of the 2019 Traditional. EDIT: I checked measurements for relief and nut clearance. I got about .010-.011 on neck relief and .006 on the nut (checked by pressing the 2nd fret and measuring the clearance of the low E string at the 1st fret). 3/64 high E and 4/64 low E action at the 12th. Wildwood did great! It’s just the higher than Traditional fret height that was throwing me. * The fretboard is extremely smooth and fairly dark looking. Nice tight pores in the rosewood. The frets are super smooth and bends glide over them nicely. I can’t say whether it came that way straight from the factory or Wildwood touched it up during their setup. Either way, I’m relieved. Quality control seems mostly on point. The only issue is on the very bottom of the guitar, near the strap button, there seems to be a slight unfinished or off colored (very light, light white or gray) line along the back edge of the guitar. It’s very small and the guitar seems perfect otherwise, so I’m not concerned about it. It’s not something I’ll ever see unless I go looking for it on the bottom back edge. The greats of the guitar far outweigh that. It sounds and plays amazingly!