I had a chance to sit and actually play acoustically, five or six 2015 Gibsons today. The wide, flat neck profile felt weird at first, but it was something I could probably adjust to. It felt pretty good actually, on one of the SGs I played, but this neck profile is not something I could play all night. The G-Force tuning system is still something I am lukewarm about. Of all the guitars I played, the system worked flawlessly on all but two. On both of those guitars, the high E strings refused to tune automatically, but one of them finally did after a lot of attempts. On the other, it never tuned, and I was unable to tune the string manually, although I should have been able to, according to Gibson's propaganda. It should be mentioned that I noticed some really poor workmanship on the fretboard of an SG. There was a pretty sizeable gouge at the end of the neck by the pickup. Not good at all. The brass nut seemed to function well, although I should mention that none of the guitars I played stayed in tune after heavy strumming and string bending. They all had to be retuned almost immediately. According to what I was told, not one of these 2015 models has sold yet, so they are in the process of bringing in other more eclectic brands instead. That works for me. So, I feel perhaps a bit better about new Gibson guitars, but still not enough to drop coin on one.