Since my Cirrus is on it's way to the Peavey factory to get "looked at" , I needed to find a replacement seeing as I'm not going to have it back for at least a month. I scoured all over Boston this weekend and ended up with.... you'll never believe it.... and Ibanez SRX705. I know people's opinions on Ibanez's, and for the most part I hold the same opinions. I never in a million years thought I would end up with one. I just picked it up and started playing it, and it felt so natural in my hands, which is wierd because I've been completely pampered by my Cirrus for the past five years. Anyways, its neck-through with solid construction (as far as I can tell). It looks very well put together. It sounds really good too. They're advertised as being perfect for metal and nothing else, but I've been playing funk all day and it sounded fantastic. The only problem with the sound is a really high pitched buzzing, which is no doubt a grounding problem that needs to be rectified. In other words, it's not too bad for a cheap replacement for my Cirrus . And now, for a couple pictures.