3 weeks and 1 gig , here are my thoughts. Just a few things, do not consider these as any production flaw or defect, they are each personal set-up preferences. Let me preface all of this by saying that this guitar, as it was sitting in the case from Fender , was set-up ( with 10's) 90% to my liking. I could have easily lived with that 90% and did for just shy of 3 weeks which is when I changed strings to 9's ahead of gig #1 1- The nut is narrow, 1.625 which places the HI E somewhat close to the edge of the fretboard which may cause a hammer off to be skewed. If you do not perform hammer offs on the HI E, you would never notice this. Two very simple set-up adjustments which can adjust for this. This would be for any NARROW NUT width guitar. The E string saddle adjustment , left /right, two set screws can move the position slightly. Another method, well known, loosen the 4 neck screws just enough to nudge the neck ever so slightly LEFT, then tighten the 4 screws screws. We are not looking for more than a few thousandths here. 2- If we don't know how to use LOCKING TUNERS, learn how they operate. Don't assume. Their purpose is to HOLD the string tight, not keep the guitar in tune. 3- The fret heights are in the .045 to .047 range. Excellent for 10's but just on the edge for 9's . My working guitars have lower frets, more like .040 to .042 . I put 9's one this guitar which has a .42 LOW E , I notice an ever so slight pitch thing going on with that LOW E. And yes, its because of my left hand style, I am acclimated to shorter frets. I am replacing the 9's with 9.5's which have a .44 on the LOW E. And yes, I adjusted the saddles and string heights slightly for the 9's . I like very low action. 4- Glaser Tension adjust. Next to the body strap button is the adjustment for the Glaser Spring tension. I tightened this up , I prefer it very stiff. None of the things mentioned above are even close to a flaw or a design thing, not even remotely. They are my observations as I begin to use this guitar for full time gig duty. I'm fine tuning the guitar to MY particular style and approach. Overall this guitar was killer on the gig, the Glaser system, the flexible tones, especially that NECK H Bucker , just stand out. Very Hi WOW factor, At least for me.