I recently played an Eastman T186MX at a local shop that absolutely blew me away. I've been thinking about it essentially non-stop since playing it. I've always wanted a 335 or Casino style guitar but many that I have played haven't wow'ed me as much as I'd like. This one has. The only thing stopping me from just buying it outright is I recently bought a new Strat and my wife would kill me if I came home with another new guitar so soon. I do however have a Gibson Les Paul Sig T, that while I love it, doesn't see a lot of playing time, mostly because of it's weight. I've always loved the LP shape and sustain, but tend to navigate back to Strats and my PRS S2. I'm thinking scale length might have something to do with it too. So my thought is work out a trade for the Eastman with the Gibson, but I have this fear that in a couple months I'm going to be sad I no longer have a Les Paul. Not because I'm missing the sound, but simply because as a kid I always wanted a Les Paul, which is why I probably bought it in the first place. Am I crazy to trade the LP? Or should I just save up and wait for another 335 style to wow me later down the road?