Well, I finally got one... This pristine 2003 American Vintage Reissue '52 is now mine. I've wanted one of these for a long time but every time a used one came around I never quite bonded with it. This thing is really resonant and lively. It also had a fret level and dressing by a really good local tech, so it plays perfectly up and down the neck. I set her up to my preferences, and there is nary a buzz or choke out anywhere. She came with a set of Texas Specials installed and the Original Vintage pickups in the case, as well as all the case candy. I'm getting rid of the TS pups (not really my flavor), and I actually installed a set of Fender CS Nocaster pickups, though I may just put the stock OV's back in. I love the Nocaster bridge, and the neck is decent, but I really don't like RWRP pickups. You lose too much of the tone along with the hum IMO. The only other thing I really modded was the pickguard... I wet sanded it with 600 grit sandpaper to knock off the shine and make it look a little more authentic. All in all I am really happy with this thing, I think I found my new main geetar!