First of All, Don't let the Price fool you. This is a premium Guitar in every way shape and form. I've had this Guitar a month now and I'm still blown away. This is a guitar for musicians who have broad music interests. Jazz, Blues, Rock, and Metal can easily be accessed. The Seymour Duncan Triple Shot system is amazing and easy to work just a flip of a switch a tone nirvana. The Guitar doesn't have a flaw on it. They really are stunning cosmetically.
The Ebony Fretboard plays amazing and You can tell the Plek system did it's job on the frets because I haven't adjusted anything on it.
Now for a couple Cons, I'm a Les Paul owner, This guitar is heavier than my Paul. Not by much but I would recommend a premium strap be bought with it for anyone who hasn't toted a Paul before.
The other issue I had were the Pots, They didn't quite have the taper I wanted. I'd figure they were Cheap-Os but No I opened up the back and found Alphas. So this isn't a Con, just a preference. A guitar with this much tone, I would like a more wide taper, but that is just me. You might buy it and love the tone pots.
This is not a medium range guitar as the price might suggest.
There is every bit of quality here as the Big Boys put out.
I commend Wechter and plan on purchasing a Acoustic from them now.