Oh @PsychoCid.... It might just be 5150 time..... Yep, could well be..... Now this kit came with the generic, inexpensive, zinc block-and-saddles trem. They offer an OFR, but I did the math, and it would have been cheaper for me to get an OFR from another provider, so I went with that, knowing that I have this in reserve: I just hope that it works with this.... ...if not< I will grab an OFR somewhere. Or an OFR 1984. I have been amassing guitars a bit for the past while, but I decided that the original object of the exercise -- guitars that meant something to me or were "instrumental" in my development as a player -- was getting diluted. This was one of the guitars that had a huge impact on me when I was a kid, and made me want a Kramer. Eddie has been my "guy" forever, so this seemed logical. And it's a lot harder to do a metalflake paintjob, a la the Jack Butler guitar, yourself with cans of Duplicolor paint from Canadian Tire. I was amazed by the quality of the kit at first blush. I thought I was going to spend forever grain filling by going with ash, but not so. Everything is quite smooth. I will likely only need to fill once or twice, then seal. The neck fits tightly in the pocket, and feels kind of like a Fender modern C carve, at least without strings et al. The pickup is their "Eruption" pickup, about 15.8K with an Alnico 5 magnet. If I don't like it, I will get something else. I asked for specific frets with this kit, and I am not sure that I got them. The frets that BYOGuitar offers are quite small, and these don't seem like 6105s to me, but it is hard to tell without the strings on. I'll get out my calipers and measure. Also, not 100 percent sure, but the nut shelf looks high to me. Again, I will have to check it to be sure -- simple enough to fix if it is. Now, GM Olympic White and what colour for the red? If I could get Reranch in Canada, this would be easy....apparently their Olympic White and Fiesta Red are veeeeery close. And where to buy Spacetape? Hmmmm....... If I can find the time to do this right, it ought to be fun.