I just can't leave a guitar alone. I have a 2014 MIM and there's not much left that's original. Changes: Treble bleed - Cheap and lets me use the whole range of the volume knob. For 20 years the volume was either on 10 or off. Callaham trem - seems like it added sustain but the other advantage is that there is no play in the bar. If you touch it, it does something. This can be accomplished with some teflon tape as well. Trem is floated slightly. Used Raw Vintage springs so that I could get the claw screws in deeper. SD SSL-2 (neck and middle). Cream SD covers. Because cream covers sound the best. SD Quarter Pound bridge. SD doesn't sell covers for these so I had to drill out the holes and use a dremel and sandpaper until I had a plate that i glued to the top of the bobbin. Copper foil shielding. Blend pot - Not sure how much I like it but I definitely liked the fact that it was all prewired and used better pots. Roasted maple Warmoth neck rosewood fretboard with Jumbo frets. Love it but I have to take it in for leveling/crowning before adjusting the trussrod, etc. Original body and tuners. Didn't want to go overboard!