I've had the Reverend Airwave 12 in lovely Metallic Alpine for a week now, and I can safely say it's one of the nicest I've played. Certainly the nicest 12-string electric I've ever touched or looked at! It came pretty well set up, but I will probably take it in for a slight truss rod adjustment at some point. Not a big deal though, just personal preference of action/PU-string proximity. Looks completely flawless, really well-balanced and rewarding to hold and play. If I could make one change to it, I'd give each PU its own volume pot, but again, not a big deal. The switching options and bass contour knob give a really wide range of sounds. You can get an almost cocked-wah pedal sound, big, thick full chords, bright jangle, and biting, driven sounds with great ease. So far it has stayed pretty well in tune also, which is major for 12-stings. The last one I had (Dano Hodad) I spent most of the time I did with it trying to get it in tune. So far not having that problem, and that's without even having it professionally intonated yet! All in all the guitar feels solid, the construction is fabulous all around, I can't think of anything to complain about.