Fender's answer to an ES-335 is my ticket!
I picked this guitar after spending years trying to find a thinline semi-hollow guitar. I've never been able to get along with Gibson-style guitars and all of the alternatives I've tried have missed the mark for one reason or another. What I love about this Coronado is that it sounds and feels like a Fender guitar, but with the added bonus of no single-coil hum and the wonderful airy semi-hollow character of an ES-335. I think the best compliment I can offer is that the guitar plays and sounds as good as it looks.
I think the fact that this has the familiar Fender 25.5" scale length and bolt-on neck lends a lot of the Fender feel and sound I like. I will also say that I think the age-old criticism that bolt-on necks don't work on semi-hollow guitars is complete nonsense. This guitar is as resonant or more so than other set-neck thinline guitars I've tried.
I do have one complaint though. I don't particularly like floating pickguards and was planning to take this one off, but upon inspection, I found that the screw which secures the pickguard to the metal bar has been repeatedly smashed into the finish and has bored a hole. This was upon receiving the guitar from Sweetwater, so it must have happened during shipping. I don't think it's Sweetwater's fault, just a design flaw on Fender's part, but a relatively minor one. I would have given 5 full stars otherwise because this is a really incredible guitar and I'm so glad I didn't pay $3,000 for a Gibson ;)