Today I finished the build on #2. I call this one my "Olli", 'cause it's a Oliveros box. The headstock and tailstock are shaped a little differently than on the first box, and the neck is a deep Mahogany color with a natural color fretboard. The bridge is different as well, but the greatest difference is in the offset of the box to the neck. I wanted to hear if the sound may be more resonant with a larger cavity and 'f' holes cut in the lid. This really sounds good accoustically and is very nice with the amp. The output jack is located under the tailstock, which keeps it out of sight and still easy access for the amp cord. I don't inlay fret locations in the neck, and instead chose to countersink spots on the leading edge of the neck in the critical positions to glue BBs for markers. That's right, BBs. It's kinda cool and I haven't seen it done. Let me know what you think. I'm having a great time with this whole CBG thing, just wish I'd have found the hobby years ago.