Just snagged this beauty of a 2016 AV '64 RI for a good price. Seems pretty darned sweet and complete. I'm hoping there are no surprises when it shows up. Its body will be stamped and oversprayed in ReRanch Dakota Red sans clear coat, to simulate a Fender factory refin. Then everything from my Page Mirror Tele will go on to the '64 RI body to make it a complete guitar again. Then all the '64's bits will go on to the stock Page body to make it a complete '64 RI again. Takes care of my biggest nit picks about the Page: its poly-sealed finish, which is ultra white (both things are period incorrect), while also giving me a more vintage-accurate '64 (poly sealer simulating the Fullerplast that would have been used in '64, and a whiter blonde like the '60s Teles had vs. '50s ones). The two different sealer types result in very different styles of break-in/wear way down the road. Yeah, nerd stuff, I know... In the end, I'll have a unique red Page Mirror Tele, plus a uniquely "more accurate" '64 RI. The Page can easily go back to stock if needed...but I don't plan on selling anyhow. I didn't buy it for the Page connection. I've just wanted a very accurate repro of a '59/'60 style top-and-rear loader Tele for a long time, and it got me within striking distance of what I had in mind (the signature decal will have to just be overlooked). Meanwhile, the red Page will be getting a case swap with my AV '58. The Page will get the '58's brown case, and the '58 will get the Page's lacquered tweed case – also more vintage accurate on both counts. Then I will track down a black case for the '64, and just have an extra brown one lying around (not a problem).