So, I redid my Les Paul, and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. It is a 2016 Les Paul Traditional, and, as it turns out, I got it on my 16th birthday for $1,379 (if you can remember that thread). So, here is how she looks now: First thing I did, was I took off all the hardware, and ran over it with 0000 grade steel wool. Then, what I did was I used MusicNomad One guitar polish and buffed/polished it back up to semi-gloss. Now, you may not understand what I was trying to do with that, but I was trying to get the finish to look like the Gibson VOS finish. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, as it looks like it without the gunk on the finish. Next, I removed the bridge studs for the Nashville, and was left with two holes. I tapped the holes, and installed the CreamTone Kalamazoo ABR-1 Conversion in aged nickel. Reason I did that, was it really opened up my black SG resonantly, and it did the same thing to this guitar. I could feel the vibrations from the strings all throughout the body and neck. The thing feels like its used to being a guitar! Then, for the wiring and electronics, I put a set of OX4 low-winds in there, along with a CreamTone harness with the vintage drifted caps. The guitar sounds great, but the only thing I don't like about the Standard OX4s is the Alnico IV in the neck. I can see a magnet swap to Alnico IIs in the future. Last but not least, I put all CreamTone plastics, including the new rolled TRC (thanks Lonnie!), tall PU rings, poker chip, switch tip, and knobs. I also put on aged single-ring single-line Kluson Deluxes. And after all that, besides the minor qualm with the neck pickup, I'm really happy with how it all came out. Here is some more pictures, because I know if I don't post more you guys will be mad at me.