I was one of the primary violators of the non-commercial posting rule, so a couple of my threads got deleted , so I figured I'd start this one again, but keep it within the rules. So it started with this piece of barn wood from a barn built in the 40s in southern Oklahoma. Kinda cool to think about what all was going on during that time. Also was this piece of walnut that was given to me. I was going to try and make the neck from this, but as you may remember, I was having problems with it bowing, so I'll just do the fretboard from it instead, and use some nice mahogany I have for the neck. And just to refresh your memory, here are the specs: -25" scale -PAF pickups -Wilkinson bridge and tuners And here are the body construction pics up to this point That's all I'd done for a while, but I had time to go ahead and get the fretboard blank milled tonight. Once I finish the Punkcaster, I'll be devoting all my time to this one, so there should be some more progress soon.