Just picked this up today. Traded in my American Professional Tele for it. Nothing wrong with the American Pro, but I had always wanted a Thinline and at the time I got the Pro, the only American Thinline was the Elite, which I didn't really like, so I got the Pro instead. The Pro was a great guitar, but this is even better IMHO. Specs are kind of like if there was such a thing as an "American Professional Vintage" maybe. Neck is a Modern C shape, 9.5" radius, 1.685 bone nut, ebony fretboard, narrow-tall frets, vintage tuners, and w/ satin finish and gloss matching headstock. Body is two-tone Daphne Blue and white w/ black binding, American Vintage bridge w/ compensated steel saddles and CS '51 Nocaster bridge and neck pups. Whole thing weighs just a hair over 6lbs and comes with a G&G vintage case. Build quality is tight and just gorgeous, and it plays and sounds wonderful. The slightly thinner neck profile makes it a bit easier for me on the upper frets, but otherwise it's pretty similar to my old Pro. Here's a few more pics and also a vid of its sister being demoed. The store that made the video is also my local shop, so that green one was hanging right next to mine (and mine's the one in the background of the vid actually). I just liked blue better.