Today I returned my 2014 SG Bass to Guitar Center (just couldn't live with the neck dive http://www.squier-talk.com/threads/sg-bass-nbd-with-video.143840/#post-709634), and luckily for me it happened to be right when the Gibson rep was there talking with the store manager at the customer service desk. They were passing around one of the 2019 DC juniors (see @duceditor 's thread http://www.squier-talk.com/threads/2019-gibson-dc-junior.143252/#post-706963) and I got to twang out a note or two on it....man it feels so goooooooood. I think it was tagged at $799? Didn't get to hear it plugged in unfortunately . I commented on how lovely the thick body on it is, which he replied it was done to eliminate any neck dive on them. I told the guy thats why I'm returning the SG bass. Come to find out, he tells me, that 2018 and newer SG guitars are being made with thicker bodies as well to stop it as well. Only took them 60ish years to stop and address it! I left my info with him and he said he's get back to me about if the increased body thickness is also for the new production SG basses, we'll see if he does. We had plenty to talk about between the new guitars and the old corporate management, but it sounds like theres a lot of good changes going on at Gibson. I'm gonna remain optimistic and (hopefully) give the SG bass another try in a few years once the reviews are in. I'm sorry, I didn't even think to snap pics of the DC in the flesh!