This looks like a model Squier had way back in the day modeled after the TA-90 which is now the Fender JA-90 the big difference is the number of pots and where the switch was. But basically a Thinline with P-90s. I almost pulled the trigger on a JA but the cost was a bit much for a Korean made guitar imo. Now this "Cabronita" is more to my liking in every way. I like the simplicity of the controls, maple neck, the P-90s that look like JM pups. It's a nice mash up of stuff. The Paranormal series is kind of hit and miss for me but this one is a hit fer sure. This came set up close to how I like it and I wasn't expecting that. I like a little fight in my Teles but the lower action is surprisingly fun and effortless. No string buzz either. I'm not a fan of white finishes but this is more subdued than the Artic white on the JA. I didn't see any flaws or scratches in the finish. It looks great back and front. The fretboard has an amazing amount of grain all through it and some on the back. Looks nice. I'm not obsessed with that kind of thing I just usually don't see much of that at this price point. Very lightly stained or maybe not at all. I like how they didn't stain it all dark and orange like my CV 50. Fret ends are fairly atrocious. The pups are solid sounding and come with that "humbucker with more note clarity" that I like. Noisy to be sure but I'm not gigging so I don't really care. Not sure they're any worse than any single coil. The switch and pots are all cheap but functional. I didn't have any grounding issues like someone mentioned on the "Cabronita Rides Again" thread. I looked in the cavity and am not sure how someone replaces the pots and switch but I suppose it can be done. Tiniest pots I've ever seen. Wiring is all good, clean and not sloppy with the solder (you should see the inside of my 03 Squier Stan Strat. Whoa). I'm hoping it's one of those inexpensive guitars that work forever. Unlike my CV. The pots on that lasted about 8 months. One note on the wiring: I'm not sure about this but it sounds like they wired the middle position as parallel...maybe. I'm not familiar with that whole 'series/parallel thing but I know what it sounds like. Kinda honky as opposed to clucky like a Tele. There's also a small drop in volume. Not a deal breaker for me but I'd like to know if that's the case. I don't use that position often but might if it was pretty. This isn't. Otherwise, I really like this guitar and it more than makes up for my stupidly selling my Fender Modern Player Thinline. Here are a few pics. Sorry for the poor quality Anyone who would like to join in here, add some pics, critique your own or mine, feel free. More the merrier. Sorry about all the glare. Not a pro photographer obviously. I know the red model will be the more popular one so I thought I'd get my 2cents of pics in before the deluge. I like the red but it's not me.