...Clover. Never heard of them before I clicked on their banner here on the left, and I know nothing about their products. But wow, what a clean, easy-to-navigate, and informative website. You don't have to dig for the information you want, it's just right there, and their products look good IMO, most manufacturers just don't have it together as far as web design. Ibanez has it together with its back catalogue for parts, afaik the only manufacturer with such a comprehensive list, they're maybe the next best, but their product pages are empty of all but the most basic information. Fender's website is just as clunky to navigate as it was before, but now it's even harder to look at. Ernie ball/musicman has never changed their layout, very bleak and dated way to present their products. Warwick's site was decent, but also dated, their german site, warwick.de looks quite a bit better but is still lacking. There's a ton of high-end manufacturers with low-quality, un-colorful, photography and lack of professional web design. Sadowsky, Ken Smith, etc, come to mind. Sure, I understand these people can't afford a $50k custom web site, but it's not hard to make a simple, clean, easy-to-navigate site, and for a product where the eye candy is so important, grainy, low-res, and/or washed-out photos aren't helping them sell their products.