Just received my GFS solid ash unfinished body yesterday. My vintage style bridge, which has a bias to the high E already, met up with the high E biased routing and drilling of GFS. The result isn't pretty. The bridge needs to mount about 1/4" to 3/8" inch higher(towards my chest in playing position) for the strings to line up on the neck. I will also have to fill and redrill the pass thru's for the strings, obviously. Of course I will have to fill in the bottom of the bridge pickup pocket, and add the room up top. The main problem is that the high E will be usable for only the first few frets, if I leave it as is. Add the fact that the routing for the control plate is too long, and the mounting holes fall right at the edge of the route. Just enough to clear the edge of the route on both ends. I will have to add material to the rear of the routing, so the plate can be forward, and fill the indention on the pick guard. It's kind of a mess... Soooo, right now I am waiting for an answer from GFS. I am asking that they give a full refund and pay for me to ship all of the items back, for these issues, and for the fact that they sent the wrong body to begin with. I was going to go with it and do a amber finish natural, before I found the problems. They were supposed to send a finished Butterscotch color. Now I am rethinking it.. I could fill in all of the misaligned holes that show, and go with a toploader bridge, correct? I ordered a tortoiseshell pickguard with it, which looks great with a lot of colors. Maybe a solid color wouldn't be so bad? Daphne blue, etc.. I have a Seymour Duncan neck pickup on the way anyway, that I would temporarily have no use for.