You may recall me posting on this guitar in another thread as I was going through the buying process. This is a 2002 MIM Classic 60s in Burgandy Mist with a rosewood fretboard. $300 with Fender HSC. While the Strat was in pretty good shape, it was not play ready. The switch was bent over and did not work in the bridge position and the wiring inside had been "tended" to at some point and some of the wires were a bit short and the solder job was less than excellent. So this is really the first time I've had to make repairs on a guitar I picked up used. Pulled the neck off and replaced the switch, then lengthened the wire that connected the neck pickup so it would follow the route properly. (soldered and shrink-tubed) The pick guard would not lay down flat otherwise. Cleaned it up and polished the metal with Turtle Wax Chrome Polish. It worked pretty good. The bridge looks so much better. I'll post a comparison picture later. New strings and a total setup on it. I think I have a new favorite. I really like the narrower vintage frets. They do need a bit of polish but I think I'll wait on that unit I put on the next set of stings.