After much agonizing, I traded my much loved (but little played) 1961 Harmony H-74 even up for a relatively new and minty Godin 5th Avenue Kingpin II, a Canadian made, P90 equipped, ES-125ish archtop. I originally wanted a Gretsch Electromatic of one style or another, but after comparing them to the Godin, it soon became a case of content over style-the 5th Avenue kicked Gretsch butt...then Atomic Music in Beltsville, MD made the deal happen! It also came with a weird, but very protective, Tric case. When I got home, I swapped the very cool Tusq archtop bridge for a tun-o-matic I had in the parts cabinet, making it much more Gibson like, set up the intonation and height and.........this thing rules-tone, feel and action wise, it is the best playing and sounding archtop I've played or owned, and I've played some nice ones. I love it when a plan comes together! The last shot is the Harmony I traded.