I snagged this a few weeks ago - I've been kicking around the idea of getting one, and finally decided to pull the trigger. It's a 24 fret mahogany body/neck singlecut with a maple cap, flame maple veneer, ebony fretboard, tremolo, and jumbo frets. The clear coat on the back of the neck has been sanded down as well from the factory.
Initial impressions - I love the neck carve, possibly even more than the wide-fat carve on my USA singlecut standard. It seems to be more comfortable to play on. The pickups are decent for imports, though they might get swapped out at some point. The jumbo frets are a blast to play on. The guitar doesn't resonate quite as well as my USA version (though to be fair that one is all mahogany with a satin neck), but still plenty for a solid body guitar. All the frets are easily reachable, even the 24th. I will probably swap the tuners out at some point for some locking tuners. In all honesty, I can't believe the amount of guitar I received for my $600. Pictures below:
Since I took the camera out, I'm also finally getting around to posting up my latest bass, a Warwick Proline Corvette I got for $500. Annnnd, my lovely girlfriend purchased a Blackstar HT20 for me for my birthday that will also get posted up shortly.