Well, I wasn't planning to buy new guitars but this one was cheap and I'm selling another guitar and an amp so, my wife offered to put what was left to pay for the Cabronita as birthday present. I've been wanting a solid body with humbuckers for a while and so I ordered it to try. It just landed and I have to say I was not too thrilled about getting a new guitar. I've had two other Squiers (CV50's and Custom II) and, although I liked the CV50's, I was never a big fan of the necks. This one is no exception: skinny little neck! Well finished but I'm used to the fat neck on my Classic 50's so, this one is a lot thinner. It was a B-stock model but all the plastics were in place! I've found a little thing on the neck and a little spot near the pickup where the paint seems different! See photos. One of the saddles came with a screw all tight up and the other almost totally loose! The neck pickup was lower on the neck side than the bridge side so, I took it off to see what was doing that. I don't know why they do this but, the pickup cavity is deep and there were 4 springs! 3 of the springs were on the bottom of the cavity attached to foam and the 4th was on top of one the other 3! As a result, I took the screws that hold the pickup and it didn't move a bit! The springs were doing nothing! I took 2 of them and put them on the screws so the pickup now goes up and down like it should when I rotate the screws. The pickup seems to stay a little angled to the neck side and I think the holes for the screws were not correctly done. Not exactly a problem since I can always adjust the pole pieces to correct height. I thought the bridge would be a problem but it doesn't seem to hurt my right hand when I play so, no problem there. I'm at work so I haven't plugged it in to hear the sound but, for now I'm thinking I might change the neck for something fatter with a rosewood board in the future. I've read about people putting a 500K pot, is that necessary? I have a pair of TV Jones on my Gretsch that I might try if I don't bound with the fidelitrons since I don't use the Gretsch much and I'm planing to use the Squier on the road this summer.