Just recently picked up an essentially mint "TL-Zebra", 2004/5 from eBay, it's a solid mahogany centre to the body capped with about 3/16" of Zebrawood front and back. The body side over the mahogany is black painted, which looks quite smart with the edges of the zebrawood. Fingerboard is rosewood but glossed, on a quite slim neck, which is an interesting feel and pretty zippy. I really like it, excellent build quality, pickups are good. Since the pics, during a string change, I have put on some stew-mac compensated brass saddles which have sweetened the intonation nicely, also the straight steel saddles gave a little too much 'edge' for my taste, the brass seems to bring out the best in the pickups. Weight is surprisingly very reasonable, doesn't feel especially heavier than my ash bodied Tele. Quite tricky to photograph accurately, the hue of the wood seems to morph depending on the light.