I'm putting 51 Nocasters in my FSR butterscotch and getting the control plate reversed back. I also have some classicgear tuners coming next week for it. I had been struggling with whether to swap it for an American guitar, maybe even an Original. I browsed the Fender section and, honestly, I was super unimpressed with all manner of the regular American run. There was a 60s fiesta red Original, many American professionals and performers, and there's literally no substantive difference between the Mexicans and the Americans. The Original was maybe a bit nicer, but not a lot nicer. I don't know what happened between the Standard and the Professional, but the nice rolled edges of the necks of the Standard even seem to have gone. The nicest guitar there was a seafoam green modified Vintera, MIM. Seriously. I really want to like the Americans more, to have better guitars. But damn, just all mediocre. I think I'll save my money, my FSR is looking pretty decent (especially as it's 7.5lbs, feels quite light, great neck, and with the Nocasters now it's just a great guitar). Maybe it was just a bad night, not sure. You'd be absolutely nuts to buy an American Professional over a MIM Player tele AND strat for the same price. I believe this now more than ever. It's custom shop now for a really outstanding guitar, and that's a shame.