I like the screwball shapes and "over the top" styling and switching that came on some 1960's guitars. I got a new Phantom guitar from Jack Charles at Phantom Guitars. I flat out loved the shape and look, but it just wasn't a very good guitar. I swapped out the neck with a fine MIJ Strat neck which diminished the look, but did make it play better, but it still wasn't a really good instrument. It had to go. After seeing PLX's "Tal Wilkenfeld" video where the guitar player was using a space-age looking Goya Rangemaster, the idea came back to me about building these wacky guitars again, but with really high quality. I guess the closest thing made today is the EBMM Albert Lee model... First quality construction/tone, plus The Jetsons styling. They did a good job with this one! I understand that Eastwood and Jerry Jones reproduce some iconic guitars with modern playability and tone, and that there really isn't a big market for these... (Heck we guitar players get upset if they change the headstock logo!) But it would be fun to go into a guitar store and have all these crazy styles in way-out colors available again. And to have them play and sound as good as a high end Strat or a PRS DGT would be great!