You know, the 6 pounder It comes with a lot of paper (and a gig bag) No cord, no tools, no strap, no ashtray cover. In my opinion, they really got it right with the second generation, the relicing is very tastefully done, the only place where they went a little overboard is a spot on the back. It's a little weird because it's down to wood and then lacquered over. Seems they just couldn't resist going down to the wood. Otherwise, everything is very realistic. Not too much rust or crud on the hardware. The PG is lacquered over and I believe that the neck is also lacquered instead of poly like the older model. If it's not lacquer, they have found a way to imitate lacquer, it is very thin and the neck feels great. The neck pup measures 5.75 and the bridge is 7.78. I thought the tex-mex pups would be a little hotter, but these have a great vintage sound. Action out of the box is a little on the high side, but not bad, I may do a string change later today and try to lower it just a bit. I think Fender is really knocking it out of the park with these.