If you think that neck is huge, you must like pretty thin necks.
Be careful, it's 50:50 that you sand right into the truss rod channel and ruin the whole neck. Then you have a $2k repair on top of everything else you have in the guitar.
"If Clapton, Page, Bloomfield and Green... would have played '54 Les Pauls..."
What if... what if... what if...
As my Mom used to say "... and if a frog had wings, he wouldn't bump his azz when he jumps".
No, IMO his main motivation was to get a REAL Burst!
I think we all have varying degrees of FOFU - Fear Of F'ing Up. Buying anything - house, car, couch, washing machine - and then finding out that you overpaid by 50% to 10,000%, constitutes F'ing Up to most of us.
No matter how nice the thing...
"The amplifiers will be available throughout 2019 and a standard model will follow later in the year."
Translation: There's a production run to be made later in the year after all the 500 Page-signed ones are sold.
Hey - it was basically an ad for their services, a chance to show off a little, and give a PSA for vintage buyers to be proactive in seeking expert advice. Buyer beware.
I don't think it was meant to be an exhaustive explanation of every nuance and variation.
1 easy thing I noticed is where he said all Bursts have perfect center-seamed tops - not they don't! Many Bursts have the seam drifting towards the D string or the G string instead of perfectly centered between them.