I've been playing guitar for a long time but managed to stick with acoustics, exclusively, out of a fear of the rabbit hole I knew I'd get into if I got into electrics. I think this is my first post here, though I'm a regular poster on AGF. Long story short, two months, two telecasters, an amp and some effects later, and I haven't touched any of my acoustics since. I have a Nashville tele and a 72 FSR. Different animals; different pickups. I've seen/heard about Reverends and I'd be curious to get some opinions on them in general or if you have experience with any specific models, I'd love to hear about it. They strike me as the electric equivalent of Blueridge or maybe Recording King in the sense that they take their style cues from well known/established brands but add new touches and represent pretty good value. I'm not necessarily in the market for a third electric (That's a lie. Of course I am.). Have been thinking about a couple of different Reverends or maybe an Airline. I'll be in Chicago later this week - plan on playing a few at Chicago Music Exchange. I like to have diversity. My stable of acoustic guitars has no redundancy - all different woods, builder, shapes, etc, so if I'm going to get a reverend or anything else, I'd want it to not have much if anything in common with either of my Telecasters. Anyway... Any opinions, reviews, anecdotes, etc would be much appreciated. Thanks!