Gard boxed it up and my Lakland Skyline 55-02 arrived on my porch today (no more pitching tent when I see a UPS truck for a while). One day is no basis for a review. I'll do that in TB's formal "Review" section once I really get to know this sucka. But Gard wasn't jiving - this thing is serious thumpzilla on the B string!!! YIKES!!! It's like my cabinets each grew another 15" speaker. Even played open, the B is tight as a snare head - no flab or slop physically or tonally. The fret work is simply flawless ( and part of this work is done in, (gulp!), Korea???). The fret wire is thin and very low profile. The thin, wiiiide, unfinished, maple neck is simply silk and stays flat all the way to the juncture with the body. The adjustable mids, 250/500/700/850Hz's will take some time to dial in the tone I need. All the guts are Bartoline-made-for-Lakland. Anywho, if you are thinking about checking one of these out and you like seismic B strings, you owe it to yourself to check one out. I don't know what the 55-01's are like.