I currently own 2 LPs, 2 SGs, an explorer, a 335, a Thunderbird and a old J-50. I have a strat, a Baja and an esquire. While I don't like the sound out of a single coil as much as a humbucker or even a P-90. My Fenders (especially the Tele) are my throw around, easy to get a good sound, guitar. I'm not worried about breaking it, it's comfy and easy to play and sounds good through about any amp. I saw a white Les Paul Custom, my dream guitar, at a GC in January and it looked like the nitro finish was running all over the front of it with over spray or that it was brushed on. Awful, orangey-brown runs all over it and they wanted close to $5k for it. I was told it was part of a limited run but that's just stupid. It seemed as if they were charging more money for someone's poor workmanship. I want a reason to put all of my guitars in their cases and just leave one out to play all of the time. Right now, I'm leaning toward a 50's RW Strat. I don't think that will cure my G.A.S. but that's my next major purchase. I like the neck and the P/Us. Gibson seems to be lacking quality control and just coming out with all kinds of limited runs as if they stay busy chasing their tales and throwing sh*t to the wall and hoping something sticks. I'm waiting for a K.U. signature Tele. I like the idea of a tough as hell tele with a tummy cut, nice top, binding and a good set of electronics. I'm not going to spend $$$ on a 40th Anniversay and I don't care for Keith Urban but that guy knows how to play and get a good sound. Just my $.02.