I was just curious if any of you are GASsing for the Page mirror Tele, like I am. It's basically just a '59/'60 American reissue with a Page signature decal and neck plate. That fact that it's so close to an AVRI is what interests me. All the "Page bits" are hidden from view, or optional (mirrors come in the case, not installed). It just looks like a classic blonde Tele, but from a period that has not traditionally been reissued: slab board, D neck, top and rear loading. The 7.25" board with old-style frets is a selling point for me too, now that the American reissue line no longer features these. Kind of cool, if you ask me. Interestingly, though, it does not look as if they reproduced the thicker .080" single-ply white guards of this period...and it looks as though they might have gone with plain white dots instead of the tan ones that they now use to simulate aged white fiberboard ("clay"). It's always funny to see which details they embrace, and which they ignore, on reissues. It's an unlimited edition as of now, so it's possibly not going to be all that rare 30 years into the future...but will probably always be a bit more desirable than your average American Tele reissue. This plus the unique features might make it worth an extra 500 bones over an AO, long term. I dunno. Hard call. I have to love the $1,400 Dragon one too...though I wouldn't buy it myself. Gigging a replica of an extremely famous guitar is just not something I would do, since it's so clearly associated with that one person.