Hi peoples, I wanted to kick off a discussion on the latest that we’ve heard. Some new top level mgmt. at Gibson now, Levi’s former boss, and 2 others, one from a luxury goods background, another from supply chain, etc. We’re probably all aware that there’s a flurry or anger and disappointment any time a new guitar is released by Gibson; it seems there’s always someone who ends up severely disappointed with them – too much features, not enough change, too similar, hairbrained ideas (wide neck, robotics), poor designs (Firebird Zero). I appreciate that not everyone thinks this way, in fact, I find the PRS people are a positive bunch who like new things. I would like to start the chat here; what would you guys like to see, what new guitars should they make, if any? What changes should they make? (produce in Asia, cheaper finish on lower priced models, etc to decrease price) I’ll start off; I think the following could be considerations; Poly finish on cheaper models Less of a headstock break angle to strengthen headstock AND sort tuning Simplify the product line up. Stop making crap products (Fort Knox LP, Firebird Zero) Stop trying to peddle to internet moaners who WON’T buy ANYTHING anyway. Stop the constant referring to what they made 60 years ago as being blatantly better than today. Make a cheaper ES model.