Alright, so I guess this is kind of silly, but I just wanted to start a thread for everybody who has experience with Gallery Hardwoods to comment on them. I've heard a lot of positive things about them here, which is why I decided to get all the wood for my custom (minus body wood) from them. I am just blown away at how nice they are. Larry is super-fast to answer e-mails, and really nice. I was going to buy a 1-1/4" thick neck-through blank, because I didn't think I could afford a full 2" blank. I mentioned this to Larry and he gave me the full 2" blank for the same price (and a nice price I might add). I realize that he saved a little shop time by not having to cut it, but to give me nearly twice the wood without a markup is really cool. The wenge is beautiful. I also got a cocobolo fb and a goncalo alves top. The cocobolo's great, but I was a little disappointed by the top. The one I had wanted had been sold to the Luthier's Access Group. I just e-mailed Larry yesterday that I was thinking about making an exchange for another top, which he said was fine and we discussed what I would get in exchange. He just e-mailed me back saying he found the lumber from which the original set I wanted was cut, and that he'd send the new set to me for free, and I could keep the one I had. I'm thinking about bumping the one I had onto the back. So, anyway, his generosity and help is greatly appreciated, and I wanted to see if anybody else has anything to say about him or Gallery. I would also like to advise anybody looking for instrument wood to go to Gallery. They have just about everything, are kind, helpful, and really know their stuff. And they will give you quite a deal.