Here is mine. I have been buying/selling tele's for about 5 years, and these have totally fixed my Tele Gas. Prior to that, I had never been a tele guy. Played strats, LP's and and ES-335 for many years. I just have one more little project - I am putting Porter pups in the pink one - it currently has nocaster pups that came stock, and which I usually just love, but for some reason I am not loving them in this guitar. They are not bad, but, as you can see, there is some stiff competition. I have some Porters in a Strat, and they are just unbelievable, my goto these days. Left to right: -Fender CS 52 with nocaster pups and large D neck (like a U (boat) neck, basically, but just a hair less depth, very big shoulders) -Fender CS Nocaster, light relic (the one all others are measured against - all other guitars not just teles) -Fender CS 50's Heavy Relic -G&L Asat Special (I don't care what anyone says, this belongs in this group ) I am not sure why I have 3 teles with a traditional pickup configuration - I feel like one of them should have a humbucker or a P90 or something. But the G&L somewhat takes care of that. I did sell one with a stack in the bridge. Tele's sold: - Fender CS Nocaster NOS, great guitar, just prefer the one I ended up with - Fender '52 AVRI, think it was an early 2000's, was a great guitar - Fender AV '58 telecaster - great guitar - G&L ASAT Classic - one of my very favorites, number one for a bit, knocked off the pedestal by these other guys though, for me (actually not sold yet, just need to get around to it - in the "sell pile"). -Protocaster (on consignment) - this is a wonderful guitar, but, like those above, is a victim of herd thinning. I did had experimented with this one, and put a chopper/cruiser DiMarzio set in it, which actually sounded kick ass. Just can't keep them all. So let's see peoples collections, even if it is just one, all comers, Squiers, Mexi's, Deluxes, Pluses, even G&L's, boutiques, whatever. I know there are other posts, but I haven't seen one in awhile, so time for a refresh.