So, I've had this guitar a while, almost a year now, and never been quite happy with it. Until last Friday. Yes, the guitar is beautiful, but I made her my number 1 player besides my Les Paul. And soon, the Les Paul will get similar treatment. So, most of these upgrades were cosmetic. New CreamTone Les Paul TRC, Double-ring Single-line Klusons, CreamTone Wide-bevel pickguard and vintage styled 5 ply tenon cover, amber switch tip, and CreamTone Reflectors and thumb bleeders. But, funtionally, there are two very important upgrades; I blocked the sideways vibrola off (yes!), and replaced the Nashville bridge with CreamTone's new ABR-1 conversion kit. It replaces the Nashville bushings with a Stud that goes directly into the wood like a factory installed ABR-1. It was actually pretty easy to install with all the stuff Lonnie included, and it took me half an hour. First, you pull the bushings, then you tap the holes for the bridge, after you screw in the studs, and then you put two sets of thumbwheels on, and once you put the bridge on, tighten the bottom thumbwheels to make the studs rock solid in the body. It increased the sustain quite a bit, plus, it looks badass. So, all in all, I'm quite happy with the upgrades, and it makes the guitar stay in tune a whole lot better and sustain more.