The Firefly guitar I ordered from Amazon arrived yesterday. Thought I would do my best to review it. It arrived double boxed and after a quick check I determined it was undamaged. The nut seems to bone as advertised. It was binding on the A and D string but a couple of minutes with a file fixed the problem The tuners on mine are terrible. They all have a lot of slop and one will barely turn even with no string pressure. Feels like a broken gear. The bridge is ok, typical for a cheap guitar it work, but I find the saddles stick up higher that I like and the sharp corners make it uncomfortable to for my palm lay on it. I didn’t remove the electronics, but from what I can tell it has the dime size pots. They are tighter than most cheap pots and actually do adjust really well. The switch is stiff too and has a good “click” when moving between positions. I’m not real good with determining how good/bad pickups are. If they sound good, then they work for me. The humbuckers on this sound great so far, but I don’t ever turn in up super loud. I didn’t have any feedback at the levels I was playing. I compared them to the humbuckers in my Squier S73 and they seemed a little brighter. The fretboard was very dry when it arrived and had a pasty white film. I cleaned it up and applied some lemon oil, and resolved the issue. This is one of the best features of the guitar. Not a single sharp edge on any of them. Using a fret rocker, I found a coup of frets were a little high but it was so small that I couldn’t even get a .0015 feeler gauge in the gap. They caused no issues when playing up and down the fretboard. The neck feels great after playing it a couple of hours I really like the way it feels and plays. Last week I played an Epi 335 at Guitar Center, and to me this one felt better. The finish on the guitar is outstanding. I couldn’t find any defects in the paint or binding. The blue burst has decent wood grain showing through. I wish the horns were a little more round, but not a deal breaker for me. The setup needed a fair amount of work. The bridge was really high and after lowering it, the pickups needed to be lowered a little too. The intonation was off (but close) on several strings. The nut was binding and was fixed as mentioned above, The neck had a slight bow of about .008” toward the top of the of fretboard, but an adjustment of the truss rod fixed it. They claim D'Addario strings are used and they do seem to be a good quality, not the typical cheap strings you get on a lot of cheap guitars. I measured a they match the D'Addario 10-46 string diameters. Measurements: Nut Width: 42mm 12th Fret Width: 53mm 22nd Fret Width: 56.5mm After finishing the setup the guitar played great. I would definitely purchase it again. The only changes I plan make are to replace the tuners and maybe the bridge.