Overall, this is a fantastic guitar that does exactly what I hoped it would. The Good: The neck is, by far, the standout feature. Absolutely wonderful & comfortable, with just the right profile that's not too slim, nor too chunky. The slim body is a nice touch, and helps to make the guitar super lightweight. The wraparound bridge is totally adequate; not nearly as imprecise as the internet forums would have you believe. The Bad: there was a short or some issue with my output jack, so I've yet to really hear or form an opinion on the pickup. Now, I planned on putting a new pickup in this guitar before I bought it, so a more thorough re-wiring is not beyond the scope of what I'm prepared to do. I am a little disappointed it came from the factory like this, but it's not a deal breaker; it's just a faulty jack, certainly not worth returning the whole guitar to Sam Ash. The Ugly: The fretwork isn't too great. I did have to file them down a bit so they're flush to the neck, and not poking my hands. But again, I was prepared for this, and expect most guitars (especially ones in this price point) to need some minor fretwork. Finally, a few words on the much maligned G-Force tuners. Out of the box, they didn't work well -- at all. Since the strings were installed on the guitar in 2015, I changed them (which is a bit of a process, to be honest) & it worked like a champ. I really like the idea of having multiple tunings available at the press of a few buttons. However, for me: this guitar is supposed to be simple -- one pickup, two knobs, & a wraparound bridge. So the "robot" tuners clash with that motif, and I will be swapping them out when I re-wire the guitar. That being said, they're definitely not a reason to avoid this guitar -- give 'em a fair chance, and make up your own opinions on them. Overall, I'm quite pleased with this guitar. The wiring issue is disappointing, for sure. But acoustically the guitar sounds great, plays well, & looks awesome!