My son did some work this week at my office and brought home some cold, hard cash. I figured he needed some "fun" money; at 14 he's getting to be a lot more social. Lots of nights out to movies and bowling with his buddies. Lo and behold, he springs this on me today(my 45th birthday). He ordered me two bodies from Rosser Guitars; one an Epi Wilshire style in Ash with routes for mini humbuckers, and another in a Rickenbacker style, also Ash, routed for humbuckers. We saw a used Wilshire in L.A. back in September, and he insisted he didn't like the shape. I love it. (That's one of the things I love about guitars; like ice cream, everyone likes different flavors.) He said he almost had the Rick-style routed for Filtertrons, but "I knew you'd never drop the dough on TV Jones pickups for yourself. So with the bucker routes, you can get the Filtertrons from GFS that are bucker size." "You build guitars for me and for other people, and you always say you're going to build one for yourself and you never do," he said. "So Rosser does a lot of the early work for you. These will be yours. I'll help." They won't be here for 4 weeks, which is actually good. I need to pay for some dental work(LAME!) and I'm playing in a 3-day ice hockey tournament in Vegas(AWESOME!) in late February. So there won't be available funds for necks and parts until March. It gives me time to toss around ideas for colors, which I struggle with. Hopefully the Ash will look good enough to stain, but if I need to fill and paint, that's okay too. (Even more color choices to drive me crazy. ) Here are a couple stock photos from their site of the body styles, but not in Ash.