I just took delivery of a Cabronita today, played it for a few hours, and these are my initial thoughts... First of all; I love this guitar! It looks fantastic, the finish is flawless, it is nice and light, the neck feels nice and is not too thin for my huge hands, but the main thing with this guitar is the sound! The sweet, sweet sound!!! The beautiful jangle and clarity of the Fidelitrons is just perfect. I tried it on two different amps; a Tweed US Blues Deluxe and a handwired Yerasov and the result were the same. They have a very Tele-like sound, but with much more fullness, without sounding "humbuckery". Out of the box, the setup was OK, but the neck needed some adjustment and intonation was not perfect. No biggie. BUT!!! The Fender-stamped bridge saddles are horrible. The string shift all over the place when you bend. I will replace the bridge with a sawn-off Tele bridge ASAP! But my main recomendation is; Get one, -and you will be a very happy Cabronita owner... THE GOOD: The sound, -OH, the sweet sweet sound! Finish is perfect. Neck pocket is a tight as it gets. Pot and switch seems sturdy and has a nice resistance to them. Neck fits my hands nicely, and no sharp fret edges. -and, of course, the price. These things are dirt cheap! THE BAD: Plastic nut. The neck could have been a bit darker in the tint, it is very light. THE UGLY: That horrible bridge!!!