Having looked at this particular guitar for more than a few days, and knowing the 'gossip' that these guitars have generated in recent times, I finally did hit the "what the hell button!" and went for it. Common sense and logic had told me "No!", but the more common sense I applied to the dilemma, the more I hesitated, and the more I was going to kick myself if I did miss out on this sweet looking, and great feeling guitar, which was actually in excellent condition for a four year old guitar. The robot tuners??? The first thing I looked at - or tried to look at, but they weren't there. PGonzo! .... and no tell-tale holes either. Hey things were going my way. The 'robots' or 'g-force' tuners were probably, for me, going to be a show stopper anyway. I own a 2015 Les Paul Junior which as I am a big fan of LP Juniors and Specials, I had to have. The Robots could be fun, but could also be a 'pita' at times and somewhat 'moody'. I still have the guitar and a couple of years back decided I should buy a spare lithium battery. This was a total dog and pony show. No dealers I approached had them but would continue to tell me they were only $19.95 anyway, should I find one. To buy a 'Tronica' spare battery I eventually had to order one from Germany, and had to buy the charger and other bits which they included for various international sockets and plugs, and which with shipping cost me over $100 OK, back to the 2015 Heritage Cherry Sunburst LP Traditional, which I was getting a little closer to buying.......in their place, i.e. the 'g-force' stuff, was a nice set of Kluson style tuners..... (probably genuine Klusons anyway) at one end of the guitar, and a gleaming pair of little used humbuckers at the other end: and which on close examination of the rear pot cavity soldering evidence, had not apparently been replaced from new. The HB's were decked out with what looked like 'chrome' covers to me but the '59 Tributes which I believe the 2015's originally had were supposedly 'nickel' shod. Still not sure which HB's this lady has, but they are staying as they are, for now, as they sound really fine. I do have a brand new set of '57 Classics ready to go should I change my mind down the road. Another contentious issue such as the metal "zero whatever nut" remains - as yet - a non issue. Can't think why it would be become problematic either, as there are no robots present to create any excess wear etc, and changing nuts is no major or expensive deal anyway. The hologram is just that. Non invasive and is certainly not going to keep me awake at night. The 'Les Paul 100' decal is non threatening too. I actually like it. What's not to like? As others have pointed out, it looks like a Les Paul signature would have looked at 100 years old. God Bless the man. The last thing of concern was the so called wider neck. As you will see from my photos the neck is only about one eighth of an inch or 3mms wider than my Gibson Peter Green Custom shop guitar (or Melvin Franks guitar) at the first fret, and not much more wide at the 5th fifth or seventh fret - no photo btw). That's it folks! I bought the guitar at an amazingly good price ........ and after four or five days am still loving it. No regrets to date. Some photos.