I was browsing around my local Guitar Center today and among the many Epiphones they had in stock (seemingly all mine carries) was a few of the Traditional Pro II Les Pauls. I noticed the finish on the back and the neck were satin, so I picked it up. IMMEDIATELY, I said "What the..." The neck was the fattest neck I had ever seen on an Epiphone guitar before. Including Joe Bonamassa models! It felt perfect in my hands and even sounded pretty good (honestly, to my surprise). So... What's the deal with the neck profiles on these things? I had always written them off before because all the descriptions say "60's Slim Taper D". I hate thin neck profiles! If Epiphone made more guitars with the nice baseball bat profile I came across today, I'd be a happy customer. I still may end up going back to try this particular one some more. It was a plaintop tobacco burst, so not really my thing usually, but dang if the neck profile didn't make me want to buy it right then and there. But, just wanted to see if anyone here had some clarification.