I have long had the ES-335 on my wish list. I love the looks, versatility and tone. I've tried a number of 335s in various shops but always felt awkward playing them. I had a 339 but it's not really the same thing. I can't find either of the variants of the 335 that I want but I have two dealers determining when Gibson could ship either model. Apparently Gibson's closure of their Memphis factory to move the ES line to the Nashville site during the pandemic has caused some delays. One model is the least expensive of the Gibson line, the Modern Collection Satin Dot. The other is Custom shop reissue of the 61 model with a thin neck (which I prefer). There are only two other guitars I could ever possibly see adding to my collection: a Gretsch or a Thinline Tele with very exact specs. I doubt that I will ever order either so (famous last words), the ES-335 might be my last guitar purchase. I'm quite happy with my other guitars at present. The question is whether the ES-335 will get along and live in blissful harmony or whether it's an ill fated marriage.