I have another partscaster together! I finished it myself, and put together most of it - left the nut and the frets to a handier luthier friend. It's a swamp ash Cabronita body I got off Ebay (from guitarbuild.uk) fairly cheap, with an Allparts FAT neck. Had the body re-routed for a pair of Kay Barney Kessel (aka "Kleenex Box") pickups I got from a friend. It has a Marc Rutters bridge and jack cup, Gotoh kluson type tuners, and Gibson ES250 repro-knobs. I filled the ash body with black timbermate, and finished it with transparent white nitro, and clear nitro from rattlecans. Looks good enough, but this is the second body I've ever finished, and the first ash - and you can tell from up close. Still good fun, and a good exercise in patience. The pickups sound great - imagine a pickup with the power of a P90, but a little brighter and twangier, and without all that midrange honk of a typical P90. Here's some pics from during the finishing process, and of the final, finished guitar.