I caught a couple of posts about this over on The Gear Page - Fender's doing a limited run reissue of the HM Strats of 1988-1992 to be introduced next week at the NAMM show. Looks like just the HSS version, using the original black painted headstock cosmetics with the large script "Strat" on it. They are MIJ but look like they're made to a price point - using Fender MIJ pickups instead of USA single coils and a DiMarzio humbucker, also a lesser Floyd Rose (not up on the current FR models; this one is called the "PRO" - EDIT Scratch that; it's the FR Special model) instead of the OFR models - I know most of the original run had Kahler Spyder trems which of course aren't made any more but the last year or so had OFRs. https://www.gearnews.com/namm-2020-leak-fender-limited-edition-hm-strat-2020/ https://reverb.com/item/31195372-fe...are&utm_campaign=listing&utm_content=31195372 Also in the "well if we're doing a bunch of reissues why the hell not this one" category - an MIM Player series version of the Lead III is evidently going to be introduced at the show as well; looks like this is probably a regular production model, not a limited run (but it's a leak so who knows until the official introduction). Posted about it in the Other Guitars section. EDIT: Sorry, picked up the wrong FR model; the new HMs are using the Floyd Rose Special, not the Pro.