I finally made the jump from the mandolin to the tenor banjo, and I chose as my instrument of destruction a 1924 Weymann Style 2: All original save for the bridge and 11" head, it has more figured maple and colored laminations than I can count. The trim is a combination of ebony and Brazilian rosewood. The resonator is force-fit onto the rim, so it comes right off for a slightly different sound. It came with the original case, the original W&S wrench, some ancient strings, an old Grover hex wrench and a pickguard (broken, but I'd leave it off anyway). I'm still getting used to the long neck (relative to a mandolin or mandola), but it's a real delight to play. OK, let's see yours now!