Several Logan Custom owners here have strats. I know there are more, but two come immediately to mind: one owned by @telecaster man (a.k.a., Sanford), the other by @yakfishnick (Nick). Sanford comes immediately to mind because his strat was one of the very first, if not the very first, to be referenced in this owners club thread. Nick's comes readily to mind because of the color. Sanford has almost always favored a natural finish on his guitars and basses, and so his strat from 11 years ago was a natural finish and a maple neck & board. He did opt for different colored appointments. I want to say it was black, but I'm not 100% sure. I just remember his chose of hardware and pickup covers was a contrast to the natural body (Northern ash, IIRC) and maple neck. Nick, OTOH, went with the color "Deep Blue." His also has a maple neck & board, and the pickguard, pickup covers and knobs are black. Nick's strat really stopped me in my tracks when I first saw the pic he posted here. The color of the body is beautiful, and the contrasting of light and dark between the deep blue and black on the body and the maple is just stunning, and so it stands out in my memory. Another thing which is memorable is the control knobs. Sanford opted for two knobs, not three, with them positioned several inches away from the edge of the bridge pickup. Since the traditional placement of the Volume knob on a Stratocaster is something that always got in my way, when I saw the control layout on Sanford's Logan Custom strat, it made sense to me. And I may not be remembering this right, but I think Nick's Deep Blue strat has the same control layout. Like I said, I know there are others out there with strat styles from Bob, but these are the two that first came to mind. Hopefully this will get the conversation started.