I'll be at Elderly in Lansing this week to try to narrow down a goal. Not sure I'll be able to pull the trigger yet, but there may be some possibilities. There are three solid body contenders: Reverend Rick Vito signature model. I like everything about this guitar except for its knobs. Probably switch them out for chrome, maybe with black perloid tops. But I LOVE the pickup pan knob, the art deco styling, the resonant korina body, and the fantastic frets and ebony board. Many of you have noticed me mooning over this guitar for awhile now around here. It's also by far the most expensive option. Hanson Cigno. Awesome styling (though the headstock is very disappointing), sounds great on review vids and clips, 3 P90s. The body might be a little small on me (big men with tiny guitars look silly, and this one seems made for the skinny guy in the mod suit). I'd have to ebonize the board. Comes in a really nice burgundy as well as this sharp black (though I don't quite understand the chrome hardware against that big gold pickguard). Richmond Dorchester. Love the Mosrite nod without being another budget knock off of an actual Mosrite. Lace alumitone humbuckers get rave reviews and look cool. I'd have to ebonize the board on this one as well, but it will remain unbound. What can I say, I like bindings... Two hollow body contenders are in the next comment.