New to me, anyway... The add-ons were a large part of what drew me to this deal. It's been rewired with a 4-way switch, Tone Rider Hot Classic pickups, solid-shaft pots and an Electrosocket. It also has a Gotoh bridge with cut sides and compensated brass saddles. The seller included the stock parts, which was a nice bonus. It's a 2010, with a few very minor dings on the body and a minimal amount of visible fret wear. The action is quite low, revealing a minor high spot around the 7th fret. Otherwise, it's a pretty mint example. The grain on the mahogany body is very nice, with a beautiful ribbon figure on the front an d back. It has the singing sustain and almost acoustic character that I associate with a good Tele. Plugged in, it’s very resonant and warm, with good string balance. It’s not quite as bright and sparky as I would expect from a vintage-style Tele, but that may change once I restring it and set it up. Overall, I’m blown away. I bought it sight unseen, from a seller halfway across the country, but I seem to have lucked into a good one.