Full disclosure: I don't think I've ever seen a vintage tort pickguard in person, so I have nothing to compare to. And since they didn't start appealing to me until recently, I can't say I've ever seen what's deemed a "good" newer one in person either...not in my conscious memory anyway. I'll admit it, I'm cheap....at least when it comes to pickguards. I recently bought a "FLEOR Celluloid" red tortoise guard from IKNmusic. I kinda like it, but somehow I can't help but think it's not quite right. It does have a thin layer of celluloid, and the pattern looks like it goes all the way through the layer, so I don't think it's a print. I would pay more for a genuine Fender one, and while they look a little better, a lot of people say they look horrible. And while I'm sure they're nice, I'll never pay $250+ for a Spitfire guard. So, this is like the one I received....although, in person the yellow parts are not as saturated. How does it look? Looks a little off, right? And a little "low res" with too much yellow, no? Looking at this, should I pay $31 for a Fender one?