I have been wondering why I have so many (Four Fenders and one Vester). I suspect it's because they all have elements I like and elements I do not like. So, I thought I'd rank them on certain criteria in the off chance I get some insight. Here are the teles: - Rosie: 80s Japan Rosewood with Bareknuckle and Radioshop pickups - 50s Baja (aka Baja 1) refinished in nitro butterscotch, otherwise stock - 50s Baja (aka Baja 2) refinished (by previous owner) in something between surf and seafoam green. Pickups changed by previous owner to something hot I am not familiar with. - Wilko Johnson with Bareknuckle and Radioshop pickups (the other way around from the Rosewood one) - Heavily modified Vester with Bareknuckle Yardbird (Esquire) So... here are the results: 1. Looks Rosie (She's gorgeous!) Baja 2 (That green with the maple neck is stunning) Baja 1 (Looks great with a white pickguard) Vester (It's... hmmm... quirky) Wilko (Rather dull) 2. Sound Rosie (Hands down! Those pickups are perfect for her) Baja 1 (At times I find the stock bridge a bit too 'hot', at other times, not) Vester (The yardbird is great, but I need to bring it down a bit) Wilko (Same as the looks. I know those are great pickups, but somehow the outcome is dull) Baja 2 (Whatever those pickups are, they need to go soon! Considering BK Country Boy) 3. Neck feel Baja 1 (What a neck! I have sanded the back of it. If feels like home!) Baja 2 (Same neck, if a bit beefier. I just need to sand the back) Vester (Although on the thin side, it's the reason I got the guitar in the first place. Recently rolled too) Rosie (A bit on the thin side but tolerable. A wider nut might have been nice). Wilko (Guess what? Dull!) 4. Weight - from lightest (good) to heaviest (not so good) Baja 2 (Surprise surprise!) Wilko Baja 1 Rosie Vester 5 Collectability (just guessing!) Rosie (I have the original pickups, case etc) Wilko (Discontinued. It could get interesting many years down the line) Tie for the Bajas (they are equally messed up and fairly common anyway) Vester (Beyond redemption!) 6 Mojo Rosie (It was love at first sight!) So, it is no surprise that my most frequently played guitar is Rosie, closely followed by Baja 1. The Vester and Baja 2 need a bit of work (pickup height and pickups respectively), but they'll get there. I have no idea why I still hold on to Wilko... possibly collectability? Any criteria I have missed out?