Stopped by the local Guitar shop this weekend and saw the Wayne Kramer Strat and of course I had to try it out. I didn't think I'd like the Humbucker in the middle, but when I played it, it worked for me. I might want something a little hotter down the line but for now it's fine. The neck, while not fat, isn't what I'd call thin either - it had enough heft to keep me happy. I 'd call it slightly larger than medium. It feels light, but I don't have a weight yet. It played well, no sharp frets, but it's spring so we'll see what happens when the heaters come on this winter. The relicing was actually the best I've seen on a MIM guitar with some really interesting checking on it. I thought at first (rather stupidly I admit) that maybe it was some sort of veneer, but no, you can feel the checking with your fingers. The picture is from my cell phone, taken at the store, but I plan on taking some better "at home" shots and maybe I'll be able to get some of the details to show. Not everyone's cup of tea, I know, but I was a fan of the band at the time, and the flag on this instrument had a much differant conotation back when it was played than a Tele would today with a similar paint job in a country band. A little work, a few tweaks, and I should be able to "Kick Out The Jams" with this Futhermucker.