Just got this in. Fender Classic 60s Jaguar in Fiesta Red nitrocellulose lacquer. Comes with a hardshell Fender Pro Series Jazzmaster case. Vintage sized frets, 7.25" radius, non-locking floating tremolo, made in Mexico. Setup wasn't bad out of the box, although intonation will need some adjustment and I will be replacing the strings and adjusting the tremolo. Fit and finish is decent, about the same as the Classic Player Jags, except these Classic 60s are closer to vintage spec, have a nitro finish, AND they come with American Vintage '65 Jaguar pickups. The guitar sounds like it's American made counterparts, which is to say it sounds exactly like a Jaguar should. You also can't help but to notice that unique Nitrocellulose scent, especially when you take it out of it's case. Now, a few things I noticed on mine. One of the pickup switches doesn't "click" into place like the others. It works perfectly, but it engages into position a bit more softly than the others. The tremolo bar comes with a black tip, instead of white. Not sure what to make of that, but the tips are easy to replace. Incidentally, the tremolo bar has to be pushed into place, unlike the Classic Player models that screw into place. Also, the tremolo plate lacks the locking tab (not that I ever used the locking tab on other Jags and Jazzmaster I've owned). The plain white pickguard is a bit boring, but it does the job and I may replace it later on for a tort guard. And there's the bridge. I will be replacing the bridge. Yes, that dreaded Jaguar bridge that has been an issue with guitar players for decades. Prone to rattling, strings slipping or popping off the grooves, etc. WTF Fender? It's a well known fact that most Jaguar players end up replacing the bridge. You'd think Fender would have caught on by now and at least slapped on a Mustang bridge. A Mustang bridge should be made standard on these types of instruments, in my opinion. Overall it's a really nice guitar, that's not without the typical Jaguar faults. At first glance, $999.99US does seem a bit pricey for a Mexican made guitar, bit you do get that classic Nitro lacquer finish, American pickups, and a hardshell case.