From guitar.com: After posting and then deleting a video threatening lawsuits against other instrument manufacturers, Gibson has followed through, suing Dean and Luna for copyright infringement-despite push-back from musicians. From the video: “You have been warned, we’re looking out and we’re here to protect our iconic legacy.” From Guitar.com News: Among other allegations, Gibson is accusing Armadillo, which also owns drum maker Ddrum, of running afoul of seven of its trademarks. These include the body shape design of the Flying V, Explorer, ES and SG, as well as the ‘Dove Wing’ headstock design, the ‘Hummingbird’ name and the ‘Moderne’ trademark. Gibson has not vigorously defended its trademark for some time so this might not go so well in court. Looking at some supposed infringement such as headstock contours, some don't look that close in shape to my eye. But then I am not a bloodsucking lawyer and am close to Shakespeare's feelings toward them. What do you think?