I have a new G5220 in Casino Gold on the way. This will be my first Jet... all of the other Gretsches I've owned have been large hollowbodies. I think the two-tone look with the dark mahogany back and sides is especially striking in the Casino Gold finish. Almost as cool as the Firebird red/black combination that always catches my eye. In comparison, sometimes the black-topped Jets look a little odd to me... perhaps because I spent so many years focused on playing acoustics, and I'm used to the top of the guitar being a lighter shade than the back and sides. I'm not sure how I feel about the big block inlays. Would have preferred thumbnail inlays, but I'm sure they'll grow on me. I do like the V-stoptail. Reminds me stylistically of the cool classic cars of the 50's. I also figure the Casino Gold finish will be a nice compliment to my white G5420 with gold hardware. And, funny enough, as I was reviewing videos to hear sound samples of the G5220, I was tickled to see that the exact same two models/color combinations were featured in Anderton's "4 Great Gretsch Guitars Under a Grand" video: At approximately 10:45 into the video, Rabea and Pete start improvising for almost 8 minutes using these two guitars: Now I just need to work on making them sound that good!