After asking about this guitar here, there wasn't a lot of feedback about it. So, I went ahead and ordered one from Musicians Friend. The guitar arrived today and survived UPS. Barely. But, I digress. It is manufactured in the Indonesian Court factory. These are the same folks that brought us the Squire 51, which I think the guitar most closely resembles. The frets are the same as on my '51 and the humbuckers look and sound identical. Pulling out a DMM, I measured the pickups which revealed the DCR similarities. The Squire 51 humbucker measures 9.45K, Bullet Tele neck measures 9.7K and the Bullet bridge pup measures 9.2K. Through my Egnater Tweaker, the sonic character convinces me that the pickups share the same lineage. The switch is a three way and the pots have a good taper. The middle switch position is especially sweet with a nice balance of highs and lows. That position is great for clean tones with lots of Tele character shining through. The Bullet neck is beefier that my 51, which I like a lot. The frets are standard "medium jumbo" fare and are nicely dressed. There are no dead spots and no sharp fret ends. The fretboard had no relief and was as straight as a laser beam. I loosened the truss rod 1/8th of a turn to add some relief. The headstock lettering is silver. It does not have the small neck and thin body of an Affinity Tele. Mine tips the scale at 7 pounds, 7 ounces. You could take this instrument out of the box, tune it up and gig with it. I am that impressed.