Hey, Justin. Yeah, I'll post about the next Firecaster as I'm able to move forward with this. The computer issues I mentioned earlier may slow things down a bit. BTW, I'm using Beth's computer again. Both my computer that won't power on and Beth's came through the fire 5 years ago, and they were not new even then. Beth's been telling me that her computer was acting up, but I didn't realize just how much until the last few days I've been using it. So it looks like our next purchase will be a couple of computers. As for plans for the second and changes from the first... Body materials will be the same, salvaged planks from the house fire (Douglas Fir for the body core, Long Leaf Pine for the top and back). The neck will be a single piece of maple, like the first one, no Birdseye figuring. The finish/color will be different. I'm considering natural. That may have a bit of a rough look to it, but then it is a guitar made from salvaged lumber, so if it looks like salvaged materials, that'll be part of its charm. I truly haven't decided on pickups. At times I think I want a Firebird neck pup with a vintage style bridge pup, the Hot Rod thing (Randy/rebelwoclue has an Old Crow Hot Rod that really inspires me in that direction). At other times I think I'd like to stick with my favorite pups, the Twang Kings, with a 4-way switch like on my BSB. But then I've been thinking about the TV Jones Classics for quite a while, and Bob brought them up recently in our talks about this next build. I do like the fact that I have different pickup configurations and/or brands in each of my Logans. So the jury's still out on the pups.