Greetings! First post. I’ve been playing guitar for 20 or so years, off and on. Recently recovering from an “off” phase of a few years, but getting back into playing and getting back into “gear.” I’ve always been interested in building partscasters, and am currently in a situation wherein I think I can start building the first out of 3 dream guitars I hope to build in my lifetime. I’m relatively handy, but no real extensive or professional experience with woodwork or wiring. Anyway, I found a Tele Thinline body for what I think is the right price. It’s listed as being Fender, though I suspect it’s a Squier CV Thinline - which I’m ok with. A few questions regarding the body before I pull the trigger: 1. From looking at an eBay ad, how can I tell if it looks like a real Fender (or even Squier - specs all look right... seller has great feedback)? 2. How difficulty would it be to route the body for a humbucker in the neck, using primarily hand tools? The body is finished, and is mahogany. 3. Can you mount a Bigsby B5 to a Thinline body? I ask because looking at the Warmoth site, they offer two types of Thinline bodies - one wherein the center block runs from the neck all the way through, and one wherein the area behind the traditional bridge is hollowed out. Can anyone state what the case is with Fender/Squier Thinlines, or does it vary by model? Thanks for any anticipated responses!