Hello! I recently purchased a 2015 LP less plus. Due to lack of demand for these thin models, prices can be low for used ones in great condition. My quick take: I find the fretboard to be very comfortable. Nut/neck width is perfect for me coming from an Ibanez Wizard (neck thickness is a different story... ). I replaced the GForce system as well as the brass nut for the titanium one from Gibson- easy fix. Gibson customer support was very responsive; 6 days from my email to getting the nut in the mail! I have no strong feelings for the old or new headstock LP logo. If anything the LP 100 signature is probably more collectible, ugly or not. I prefer the ability to coil split over having a second tone knob. Again, coming from an RG, I'm used to a single knob for both pickups. With the 57s, I find the guitar to have that classic rock roar. I love the tummy cut, and I don't particularly miss the extra weight/depth to the body. I've noticed that 2015 LP Classics, Traditionals and Standards haven't taken a resale hit lately and often are priced in the same range as other used LPs in the 2008-2018 range. Given that I am really loving this 2015 model, I'm wondering: 4 model-years later, what is the general community's perception of the 2015 models? Are the 2015 LPs great instruments that just happened to deviate too much from the classical Gibson formula?