I've been holding out for a week or two and have finally gotten around to taking some pics of my latest score. It cost me four really good guitars, but I'm really happy with it. It's a '61 SG/LP in all original condition, although I've put a MojoAxe VibroStop and Dan's version of the Schaller straplock buttons on it and that's how it's shown in the pics. I threw the originals in the trash. Just kidding. I'm loving the VibroStop. In addition to making the tuning very stable (wasn't horrible actually), it gives it an extra bit of resonance and solidness. Anyway, here are the goods. Sorry, I took lots of pics. The guitar plays great, although the frets are probably in their golden years. The neck is thin as you would expect from the early version of the LP/SG, but plays great. I was a little worried that it would be too thin for me as the only neck that I've ever really hated was my '92 LP Classic, which was otherwise a great guitar. This one is right at 0.800" at the 1st fret, but doesn't feel overly thin to me. The natural play wear on the back of the neck also causes it to feel amazingly smooth. PAFs sound incredible! It's got the expected finish checking all over and some wear here and there, but is in good condition overall. Here's a few with the case.