So I've had my Suhr Modern for about 2 months and wanted to give a little bit of a review/test report. Summary conclusion: AWESOME guitar. Amazing playability, and even better tone. I can't say enough good things about this Suhr. Its my first Suhr and I'm completely blown away. I had to wait about 4+ months for it, but it was well worth it. Specs: Suhr Modern, mahogany body, maple top, mahogany neck, pau ferro fingerboard, 24 stainless steel jumbo frets, Goldtop thin-skin poly finish, red-brown back, black painted headstock, SSV neck, SSH+ bridge, 5-way switch, push-pull coil tap for bridge pu. When I first opened the case, it was clear that the fit and finish was spot on, no defects whatsoever. I played it unplugged and the thing just sang. Now, I'd consider myself beyond the so-called "honeymoon" period and things have only gotten better. I've adjusted to the super fast ellipitcal neck and the guitar has improved my playing all around. Jumbo stainless-steel frets are great and really make bending easier. I'm really digging the pickups and especially the 5-way switch which lets me get so many different tones. I'm especially fond of the clean tones in the 2nd position, which is the inside coils in parallel, just loving it. Overdrive and high-gain tones are even better, cutting, round, fat, smooth. The neck pickup is great too, a lot of people say that 24-fret guitars can't get that "thump" in the neck position, but thats not the case here, beautiful chewy LP-type tones. Overall as you can probably tell, I love this thing. I'm still hunting for the right amp, but it sounds great running into a clean egnater rebel with a BB preamp for gain (awesome pedal with this guitar/pickups). I can't recommend Suhr highly enough, just great all around guitars, and a great value (honestly) for a custom guitar. Can't go wrong when you can spec out your own custom masterbuilt guitar for under $3k!