So I gave the Callisto a good work out tonight at my rehearsal space. I loved the way this guitar played and sounded for the most part. The neck is nice and fat and felt great in my hand. The fretwork is very nice with no sharp edges anywhere. It stayed in tune surprisingly well. The nut probably could use replacing and the tuners are not very good. Don't get me wrong, they work for the time being but I know I'll be replacing them in the near future. I didn't have any issues with the bridge at all. Seemed very stable. The three way switch worked great with no noise. All knobs worked as they should. The bridge pickup on this baby ROCKS! It has that classic Les Paul sound. I was having so much fun playing with it. The neck pickup is a different story. It's pretty dull and muddy, only somewhat usable. It sounded okay when in the middle position but not great on its own. I know I will replace the neck p.u. sometime in the future. I can't imagine what a beast this guitar will be like then. The gold top finish on this guitar is amazing. A super clean, classic look. There's a nice "binding" around the edge of the body. The back of the body and neck also look great. Some very cool wood grain showing through the stain. The pickguard and pickup rings are that ugly peach color and need to be replaced badly. They throw off the look of the whole guitar in my opinion. That's an easy $20 fix, though. The rosewood neck is nice but could use some fingerboard oil to smooth it up a bit. The neck inlays are much nicer than I thought they would be. They are a cool looking "mother-of-pearl" trapezoidal inlay. From the website pics I was expecting just a plain white inlay so it was a nice surprise. Headstock is nice and as much as I don't like the functionality of the tuners I do love the shape of the tuners themselves. In conclusion, this guitar is amazing for the money I paid for it. I would never have guessed it to be a sub-hundred dollar guitar had I not known it was. It's easily in the same class as a much more expensive Epiphone and with some minor upgrades it could be in the Gibson class. If you're contemplating getting one of these I wouldn't wait any longer. I'm so glad I bought mine, especially at $99 for the gold top model. I'm not sure why this one is $50 cheaper than the others but I would still choose the same color if I had it to do over again. I think it's the nicest color option they have available for the Callisto. If there is anything I missed or other questions don't hesistate to ask. I can probably get up some sound clips if anyone is interested. Jeremy I'll get up full reviews of the SX SST SE and STL50 soon.