I've watched these from afar for a while, and suddenly I had signs that the universe wanted me to have it It's a 2020 Les Paul Special, TV Yellow, brand-new. I spent quality time with it yesterday going over it, opening it up, verifying everything works ( they do ), and getting it set up. I'm avoiding perfecting the nut slot heights for now while I'm in the returns period from the vendor, but they're not bad as they are now, just a tad high. I especially like the big, beefy neck, and the frets are actually pretty good. I was able to set relief at .005" and buzz-free capo'd action of 1/16" at the 17th fret. I think I can get it a bit lower with some experimentation. The P-90's sound really good to me - kind of like one of my Telecasters but girthier and grittier, I like that a LOT! I've really only found one flaw really, and it's minor - one of the two bridge P90 mounting plate screws is angled in. That can be corrected easily, but like I said, it's minor. The modest intonation abilities of the wraparound bridge are a little troubling, and I've been reading all about them to learn more. I was able to get the high E intonation nicely, but the low E is still not quite long enough. As you can see in the photos I've adjusted it about as long as possible. Maybe I'm missing something? I put the P90's at 1/16th bass and treble and adjusted from there without playing with the pole screws. This Les Paul can cluck! If I keep the guitar I'm going to rewire it. I appreciate that they didn't use a PCB, and it works and that's what counts. But it could be better. I assume the fretboard is dyed rosewood, since my fingertips got dirty after playing. Hopefully that will stop soon. I hope you enjoy the photos!