Just picked this up today. It is a '97 Heritage H-157. It is pretty much my holy grail, I always wanted a Custom, got an Epi and just couldn't look past the rosewood neck and acrylic inlays sold it after a good long try to make myself happy with it. I played a good 2.5 hours tonight, that is the 1st time in forever that I have played that long, and my fingers are letting me know now... This thing is not 100%, probably more like an 8.5/10 due to some minor dents/dings from 20 good year for play, but it plays like buttah. I have 30 days to decide since it came from Sam Ash, but I think I decided within minutes of plugging it in. It was like it was set up just for me, the action is exactly how I like it, eerily so. It has the Schaller bridge/tailpiece/pickups that they came with back then. The Grover tuners seriously make the ones in Agiles feel like toys, how can they be that much better feeling despite being 20 years old??? Being that I am from Michigan, having something hand crafted from there is just very cool. I really want to take a factory tour the next time I'm there. Also hit up my 2nd favorite brewery while I am there.(Russian River is my #1) It is a bit of a tank at 11-1/2lb. It is made the "right" way, solid mahogany, solid maple cap. The pickguard is flamed maple it appears with real binding to match the body. Decided to just get what I wanted instead of trying to make something else into what it really isn't. Will probably be selling off my Studio since it is a really nice guitar, but if I reach for a LP, this one is probably going to be first out of the case.