Those look nice.Nothing big going on. I am almost finished with the 335. Just waiting for the fingerboard oil to dry for one last coat before putting it back together. I was a little.. no a lot.. disappointed in the way the Gibson CS did that fingerboard. For a new CS model, upwards of $3k you would think they would level the frets. I don't think they were ever even leveled at all, just pounded in, plus you can see a sloppy superglue job on half of them. I didnt think they glued the frets but it is obvious they did on this one. And the finish on the fingerboard was really rough. Other than that, it is a real nice guitar and with the new bone nut it sounds terrific. I will probably photograph the nut and put it on my shop's facebook page blog next. I've got one more day to wait before sanding and buffing my parts strat that I'm working on, so I might start in on the single coil sized humbucker design this afternoon.
Edit: OK so I got the single coil sized one done tonight. Here's big brother wound with 43 and little brother wound to fairly similar specs with 44. I will have to wait until I pot the smaller one to test it, but so far so good. Both of these are supposed to go in the same guitar.
Surprised to hear that the Gibson CS can't level a fret.