Late (very late) NGD here... got this one a couple months ago actually... meant to post up an NGD, then things got busy and I just sorta never got around to it! Anyway, have done some rearranging of my LPs lately... ditched 2, got 2 others including my 2007 Classic Custom [NGD thread here: http://www.mylespaul.com/threads/i-am-so-dead-ngd-2007-gibson-les-paul-classic-custom.397741/]... and this one... 2017 Trad Pro IV in Vintage Sunburst. Here’s the skinny on her as she sits now (ie, after mods): Traditional Weight Relief: 8.86lbs (was 8.96lbs out of the box) 60s Neck: 0.792/0.837/0.870 (1st/7th/12th frets) MojoTone 59 Clone humbuckers Gibson Historic M-69 tall pickup rings Factory boost disable (battery removed making boost circuit a kill switch) Swapped out chrome locking Grovers (which I don’t favor) for regular non-locking Grovers with Keystones (aged nickel) CreamTone ABR-1 bridge (aged nickel) CreamTone lightweight aluminum tailpiece (aged nickel) Faber steel bridge iNserts & brass thumbwheel (aged nickel) Faber Tone-Lock steel tailpiece studs (aged nickel) Gibson smooth back plates PLTS amber switch tip PLTS pointers (aged nickel) And, of course, all the other hardware (screws, etc) have been aged as well In keeping with my tradition of naming my guitars after actresses/models, etc., I've chosen to name this one "Caroline" after Caroline Munro, British actress and model famous for being a “Bond Girl” (The Spy Who Loved Me) as well as for her many “B-movie” adventure, sci-fi, and horror films from the 70s & 80s. Here’s pics: As can be seen from the pics, she has a very subtle peek-a-boo flame top that has strong plaintop characteristics (which is exactly the type of top I like best). In fact, I’m thinking her top may well be flitch-matched (rather than bookmatched) because the sloping grain in it almost makes it look like it’s a single piece top at first glance (which, of course, it’s not). Anyway, glad to finally get this NGD off my to-do list.