I had a chance to spend some time with mine today. I usually spend the first few hours with a guitar getting it setup and without fail, needing to cut the nut down. The string height was expectedly high when I tuned it up, but the neck was relieved exactly to my liking (which saved me from removing the neck to adjust). I lowered the saddles and I was shocked that I got the action close to perfect without touching the nut (I'm generally happy with string height of 1.25 - 1.5mm at the 12th and no buzzing). Just the first string is a tad high (you can see the nut cuts don't follow the radius exactly), but it's completely (comfortably) playable. I will cut the nut today for that one string. I was concerned about the vintage radius, but the 7.25" didn't bother me a bit. No problems bending or nailing those pedal steel licks. I measured the neck since I generally gravitate toward the baseball-bat necks. Mine measures .90" at the first fret and .99" at the 12th. I was surprised, maybe the shoulders are relieved a bit because it didn't feel that thick. The Broadcaster pickups were hotter than I expected. Almost Twisted Tele-like. Neck pickup seemed Stratty, which I like. I'm feeling this one is a keeper.