Absolutely Stunning!!! That being said, I think this would probably be equally as stunning with a book match top but as its a 1 piece body - I assume that the top hasn't been glued on to the back as Maple/Mahogany body guitars are - it makes sense to use just one piece of wood. The Maple binding really compliments the design too and maple PU rings to match the body would, in my opinion, escalate the overall look way beyond stunning. Seeing guitars like this also makes me detest guitars that cover up the grain - even if its just the back - even more. It seems sacrilege to try and cover up the natural beauty of wood - even more 'plain' grained woods. I also love the fact that the back plate cover matches the body - I really dislike bright and/or garish (to me) back plates and would rather have a plain black plastic cover to some brightly stained maple on a more conservative style back. I don't know though if this counts as a 1 piece top. If this does count, then surely the S2 Standards (for example) that use just a single slab of Mahogany with no 'top' glued on would also count. Its more a 'top' by default because its just a singular piece of wood where as its less common to see guitars that have a 'top' fitted to the main body to use a 'single' piece of wood. Not to say that this example isn't one of the nicest looking natural wood guitars I have seen, I don't know that it counts. If the top is a separate piece of Koa that's glued to the back, then of course it counts - at least in my mind.