I have a lot of guitars. This one is very special. It plays like a dream (after I spent a couple of hours nourishing the fretboard and polishing the frets) and the set up is very nice. The intonation was pretty good, G string was a little off (no surprise there).
My biggest gripe is that it is really really good at picking up radio stations when the battery is plugged in for the Ghost Bridge Piezo pickups. I was more than a little shocked to see zero shielding inside any of the cavities, and the ghost piezo board not secured to the inside of the body.
I will have to spend a considerable amount of time adding shielding to try and minimize the loud and obnoxious bleeps, squeaks and radio that the ghost piezo hardware generates. Pull the battery out and it is dead quiet, plug it back in and noisy.
Despite the noise, the mix of piezo and magnetic pickups is really, really nice. I have an Ernie Ball JP6 and it's system doesn't hold a candle to this system. Maybe it is the same, I don't know, nor care, whatever the mojo they did to it makes it sound fantastic!
Some lack of attention to fit and finish, but as far as Gibsons go, this is way above the norm.
That being said, once I have the noise issues all worked out, I will have an heirloom guitar that will last a few lifetimes.