I'm a vintage guitar lover at heart. Probaly what some of you would call an AVH, but whatever I love old guitars. That said I've gotten into several semi regular gigs lately that require me to set up and tear down really quickly and bring one guitar that can do many different styles of music. Right now my electrics are a '66 Fender Tele and a '58 Jr. The Jr does the balls out rock and the Tele does everything else. I love the power of the Jr, but the Tele wins in overall versatility because of the neck pickup. I don't really mind taking these guitars out on a gig, but it would be nice not to have to worry about them, and have a guitar with a lot of versatility. My first decent electric guitar was a hybrid no name Asian strat-style body mated with an American strat neck. I ripped out the cheapo pickups and put in Tom Anderson split singles in the neck and bridge and a Dimarzio Super Distortion in the bridge. Everything on that guitar was beat up and modded to hell and back. It was my only guitar for several years and I did probably 100 gigs with the thing. Since then I developed a love of vintage guitars and got different gigs. I dont have that old Strat anymore, but for some reason Im getting the itch to try a superstrat style guitar like that again. Maybe a used Suhr or Tyler to help defray some of the cost, or.... I could try to put together my own.... Any of you guys have an opinion one way or the other, or been in a similar situation? Talk me off the ledge here or shove me over. Im interested to see the responses.