Body and neck finish is very good and the vintage white colour looks great, with just a slight hint of wood grain showing thru, with the only let down being a very poorly cut nut. The ends are not rounded but just roughly chamfered with one end being noticeably different to the other, and the slots are unusually wide, with buzzing on the high E. In fact you can actually feel the E string vibrating behind the nut! The only other issue is with the Tuners. They are a new modern-vintage (?) design, but unfortunately they seem to be of pretty poor quality with a lot of backlash/slop. I'd just point out, that my last 6 MIMs n 2 MIJs were faultless. This one is MIA. There is a lot of tonal difference between the humbucker and the single coil, from full n warm to bright n twangy. I’m tempted to say I would have preferred the humbucker to be a bit brighter but I’m sure that would compromise the other tones, which are all very nice. Maybe I’ll just have to get into some jazz. The tone knob is push-pull to activate the humbucker in tapped mode and a standard 3 way switch to select pups. There is still a bit of volume difference between humbucker-normal and humbucker-tapped, even tho Fender claim some electronic wizardry is supposed to eliminates that. I have, in the past, experimented with tapped humbuckers and know it is very hard to get balanced volumes, and then throw into the mix a single coil and you have some real issues to deal with. I actually think Fender have done a pretty good job of it with this guitar. All 5 tones are very usable. The 3 untapped positions have a very wide range, from warm, not Tele-like to bright, very Tele-like and the 3 tapped positions are all more Tele-like, from full n slightly twangy to bright n very twangy. I find the single coil bright and punchy, and suspect it is pretty high output, with the humbucker more mild. I had to raise the humbucker quite a lot to balance the volume with the single coil and set like this, all the positions have even volume with a slight drop when going into tapped mode. I think Fender have done a good job of implementing a tricky arrangement. If you are a tinkerer, I suspect you will make a mess of things by swapping out one or other of the pups. I think you will have to completely replace all the electronics if you want to change pups. The ever present Tele issues – I wish Fender would just bite the bullet and fix these silly issues that should have been fixed 50-60 years ago. - Still no space to get a finger between the switch and volume knob when in position 1. JUST MOVE THE VOL KNOB 10MM BACK! - Strings still lie over/in the adjustment screw holes of the brass saddles rather than coming cleanly off the top of the saddle. JUST MOVE THE ADJUSTMENT SCREWS 2MM! TL;DR Fit n finish – very poor nut n tuners but otherwise good. Pups and electronics well implemented and provide 4 good tones, with maybe the 5 tone (untapped humbucker) being a bit too warm.