I decided to pick up two of the new GFS paisley strat bodies to piece together a few Strats with some extra parts I had laying around. They were both paulownia wood,super light and resonant. The only downside to these bodies is they dent and ding very easily. They're just a couple of beaters, so I don't mind the blemishes.The first was a black and gold paisley,I used a gold pick guard with a Dimarzio rail pick up in the bridge, and two GFS noiseless single coils.Gold fender bridge, and what I believe is a neck off a squier standard strat.It came with the fender decal, but the squier name and serial no. Is still on the back.Plays and sounds great.The second is a blue Paisley.It has a HSS pickguard from an American strat with a shawbucker in the bridge. The neck is a protone lefty that I got from forum member Instagval.I tried to use a Wilkenson two post tremolo. After awhile I noticed the posts were pulling forward. I doweled the holes and will use a standard six screw bridge instead.Should have it finished this weekend.Still waiting for strap locks.Other then the soft wood theses bodies were finished perfectly, neck pocket and tremolo routings were actually very good. Seemed better quality than my GFS paisley tele I built last year.