Good morning, I recently purchased this back ordered model from MF, since they were having a big sale. Wasn't supposed to ship until January 2020, but showed up on Friday. Imagine my surprise and delight. Anyway, this is one of the "new and improved" Bullet models. I just had hand surgery last week, so I haven't been able to play it like I typically play, but I'm getting there. This particular unit had a problem with the switch, so that it only worked in the middle position, sometimes. I talked to MF and they gave me a rebate and I ordered a genuine Fender switch for it. (As it turns out, I fixed the new Bullet with the switch from my Standard Tele, and put the nice Fender switch in the Standard.) The fret work was nothing to write home about and the saddles were jacked way up high. Also one of the neck screw holes was stripped out. And the neck was on crooked. For some reason the neck was shimmed with some thick sandpaper, which I promptly removed. I spent the weekend correcting all the issues and got it in a playable condition the best I can while babying my hand. One thing I can't correct is the neck bow. Even with the truss rod fully disengaged the strings barely pull any relief into the neck. It's still got the factory 9's on it and it may do better when I eventually put 10's on it. I've only had this problem one other time and it was also on a Bullet Tele, although it was a way worse scenario, with a very happy ending. You can read that story here... http://www.squier-talk.com/threads/hats-off-to-fender-they-stepped-up.152622/ Anyway, I guess I'll play it until I can't no more. All negative stuff aside, the color is gorgeous, and I like that they stopped putting "Squier BULLET" and just used "Squier Telecaster" on the logo. And I'm only in it for $94! Thanks for reading until the end.