Hey there. I'm new to this forum. I've been playing guitar for 30 years. I play classic rock and blues mostly, along with spatters of metal. Not to say that I'm any good, but I at least know the equipment. I wish I had become a luthier when I was younger, I really enjoy tinkering with guitars, and doing set-ups, etc. In the last 3 decade of playing, the majority of my guitars have been Strats, or Strat-esque. I've had a couple of others as well, i.e. Schecter, Yamaha, a couple Epi's a couple Gibsons, both SG and LP, etc, etc. but mostly Strats. I have been on somewhat of a "guitar hiatus" for the past 3 or 4 years, but I've recently been picking it back up again, and have been rebuilding my stable. I don't play out, just at home, for fun. So I'm not going to spend a lot of money on "high-end" guitars. So far I'm up to 2 Squier Strats, a Squier Tele, 2 acoustics (Takamine and Taylor), and an SX J-bass. I've been GASing for 2 things lately: another Les Paul type guitar, and a Floyd Rose. Lo and behold, my search brought me to Agile. I can kill 2 birds with one stone. So I'm seriously looking into grabbing an AL-3100MCC with the Floyd. I've done some browsing here on the forum, and I've come across a couple threads mentioning that particular guitar. From what I've read, nobody has anything bad to say about it. It sounds like it's going to fit the bill quite nicely. What say you? Thanks.