I've got a bunch of those puppy-killers already. It's one of the best ways to keep a Les Paul in tune. The 3200 series already encourages better upper fret playing, and the tummy/rib cut is far more comfortable, and the neck-through construction is far stronger than the Gibson set-neck plus headstock-ejection-system, so there's that. I have never appreciated that chunk of aluminum Bigsby, which doesn't really do anything all that well. And the Wilkinson trem is excellent IF you put it on a flat-plank guitar with a straight-pull headstock. On an LP, no thank you. On my Carvins, it's right down on the same plane as the top of the guitar, which means that I can leave the bar off and treat it like a hard tail. Not so much on the Gibson concoction. Nope nope nope.