...same place I bought my Tele and amp. I had some business in the area and decided to drop in for fun. They had a Tone Master Deluxe and a Tone Master Twin. I finally got to play both side by side. I really thought I would prefer the Twin - I didn't. That TMDR was just wonderful; put the power scaling on 0.1 amp, dime the volume, and wow. I'm not in the market, but I know what I would get if I were. Of course, in order to test those amps, I needed a guitar. On the wall I saw a used American Professional, candy apple red with the white guard. My favorite Tele color. I pulled it down, and took it back to the amp room. A salesman checked in to chat, he told me how nice the Tone Master range was, told me to let him know if I had questions, and left me to the amp room. Nice. I put that Tele on a stand to arrange amps, and I notice something. I turn it around, and there it was - Fender locking tuners. That is the one upgrade I would (seriously?) consider for an American Professional. That guitar was a nice player. It felt to be about 7 pounds, or close to that - fairly light weight. Very responsive. After about 20 minutes, my credit card was getting ansy, and really wanted to come out for a swipe. The sticker price for this guitar was $1199; a new one is $1450, with $50 of upgrades (tuners), so $300 off new; $250 if you discount upgrades. Yeah, I'm sure there is room for negotiating, but that is too much. I had to leave before I was tempted. I am not impulsive, but still. I called my wife on the way home and told her about that Tele. She said "Well, if it was less than $1000, I would tell you to go ahead." She is much more generous that I am. I can't justify the expense. Last night I was reading here about tall narrow frets, and how some people just don't like them. I'm not sure I even noticed the difference between those and the medium jumbos on my Baja, but I was not thinking about that either. Of course, all this silly data on the interwebs gets me thinking. Why? I didn't even notice. Ugh. I just don't need another Tele. Would I sell or trade in my Baja for a nice American Professional? Nah - not worth the expense for something marginally better. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it. For now.