After a month of waiting, and it's here. And it's nice. Really nice. Gibson are definitely getting it together after the car crash Henry years of late. Flawless finish and fretwork. The 50s neck is a bit of a handful though, and may take some getting used to. Much like a proline modern C over the first few, but chunkier around the 5th and onwards to the dusty end. Feels a bit odd with a fat neck and a 12" radius, along with the vintage skinny frets. They are described as medium jumbo, but no way are they. Vintage skinnies, definitely. No neck dive, Kluson deluxe tuners and no Bigsby, for a nice change, which makes bends way easier, and weighs in around 8lb, much the same as my chambered Duo Jet. Soundwise, the twin P90s sound much like T-Armonds, with a bit more punch. This may become a bit of an issue, as I basically have that tonal landscape covered, but I can live with if for a few days before finally deciding on keeping it. It's going to take some getting used to the lack of a master volume too. All in all, I'm impressed.