I've had my 1991 Special since new when I was 16... and over the years have always wanted a standard. Recently got my first vintage SG, a 1965 Junior... and LOVE it. Well, naturally, that got me all hot and bothered for a standard, and I've now played the 60th Anniversary Custom Shop, and the 2020 Standards, Juniors and Specials. For some reason the 2020's have decent body shapes, with the Junior and Special being far more accurate than the actual "61". The custom shop was the worst, with fat bass and treble horn tapers... not to mention the heels being all wrong for an anniversary "historic" reissue. It's really bugging me that I can't seem to find ANY modern versions that got it right, but obviously haven't seen each year. I noticed some of the "reissues" in the past have had the correct smooth 61 Heels, but the horn tapers and body bevels... are almost never shown... Has Gibson EVER got the correct tapers and bevels... AND heel and headstock for a proper 61 reissue.... one that's accurate? I fear the only thing left is to save a LOT of dough and get a real thing... Thanks in advance for any input... The accuracy... or lack of on everything I can find it maddening.