I just got mine today, and I’m satisfied, but not quite 400 bucks satisfied. A Classic Vibe? Not exactly. Here’s the stats... Neck feels great and pretty healthy, as I hoped. It’s 0.87” at the first fret and 0.93” at the 12th. Not many offsets have chunky necks, and this is almost there. If I didn’t get an even-toned IL fretboard neck I would of passed on this, but I got lucky. It darkened up well with some fretboard conditioner. The nut is sloppy, the binding is too. On a good note, the inlay is done neat and clean. Fretwork is good, tuners are good, I didn’t see a Hanchang stamp found on VMs, so they might be the Pings that are found on the original CVs, with the nickel plating. The neck pocket doesn’t appear to be angled, but I actually didn’t check, I just assumed it wasn’t since the bridge was slammed flush to the pickguard. Shim went in right away. The bridge is a decent Mustang style affair in a 9.5” radius. The saddles are chromed brass. The only issue was the low E saddle had an angled intonation screw that almost hit the string. I’ll have to clip the screw at some point for good measure. The string spacing is just shy of 53mm. I like the way the pickups sound. They sound just like my old VM Jag I sold, with the Duncan Designed pickups. 5.85k on the neck, 11.3k on the bridge. It’s like I’ve played this guitar before... Pickguard is not cut very well but it’s ‘real’ not printed. Too dark for me but I’m good with that on the very pale surf green. Set screw knobs. Weighs 8.2 pounds. It’s like FMIC is rushing these out, given some sloppy finishing. I’m not complaining though, I love this Jag and I’m keeping it. Solid deal, hopefully quality improves to uphold the CV moniker.