Well @Fuggle and @jaxjaxon motivated me to get this thing off the rack and play it a little when I got home today. It's a really nice guitar for what it is, $130 or $140 on Amazon Prime. It was an impulse buy because Ive always wanted a double cut and there were only a few left, they were gone within a few hours of my order. I immediately put on a black tusq xl nut, which I think has the bonus of looking nicer than stock on top of the teflon being so slippery. But then I didn't play it once for like 2 months. Today I deepened the nut slots some, which also fixed a tiny tiny bit of buzz I had on the A and D string with the precut tusq nut. Full size pots, but they are pretty stiff, maybe some contact cleaner will free it up a little bit? Orange drop cap, even though I'm not too particular on what type of cap, it is still kind of a nice touch. Not too many issues with quality. Slight orange peel on the finish in the right light, I guess they sprayed the finish on too thick too fast. The black paint on the headstock didn't go all the way to the nut, but there was a bunch of finish slopped on there that kinda covered it up (it became obvious when I scored and removed the nut). One pot was a little loose. I think that's about it. Frets don't buzz at the action I play, I haven't tried it any lower. No fret sprout. Fretboard looks nice. I think I put some mineral oil on when the strings were off, and I think it was turning the rags black. I don't really remember because I wasn't too worried about it, but my fingers turned a little black today playing it. Not sure what that could be, some sort of dye, oil from the factory, saw dust that was stuck in the grain? Do the Gibson double cuts have a little arm cut? Never noticed it before on a Gibson, and its hard to see in these pics but there is a slight chamfer for an arm cut. I'm curious how the neck is set, it looks like it could barely be glued in. Is it possible or likely that the neck is only glued in as deep as the fretboard goes?