Since I just checked in a 920 it might as well serve as an example of current build.
String alignment actually good, nicer than average piece of rosewood, decent veneer top, headstock a little weak, the aanj holes better than previous, much cleaner and crisp, typical cosmetics, patch of light scratches lower front that weren't polished out enough, "dirty" line to the edge of the veneer, the trem baseplate wiped with something too rough that put light scratches in the cosmo. Run on sentence?
The frets done by one of the Indo's, he's gotten pretty good and even, light on the tool marks, the edge rounding not as round as the best, but for whatever reason this one never got a fret polishing. You can see the ends are very consistent round but rough and not smooth [much less polished], and perpendicular crowning scratching on the frets.
Technical, nut radius very good, bridge radius always too flat, and sometimes erratic [this one flat but smooth], nuts cut low enough they don't need work.
You guys always want to know about setup so, too high of course [2.5ish], neck perfectly straight [too straight], trem block not against the zps bar, way out of tune flat which may actually bring the block to the bar, so pretty typical. I don't have to correct the typical pocket alignment but i have to do a fret polish instead