EDIT - decent outdoorpictures with chrome hardware, as well as a video, are here:
Ok, first the pictures, since no one cares about the text. Sorry they're a tad grainy, my camera sucks in indoor lighting.
Suhr Modern 7, swamp ash body, flamed maple top, bengal burst with scraped binding, natural back, 4a birdseye roasted maple neck, stainless jumbo frets, OFR, 7 Vintage neck pickup, 7 Plus bridge pickup.
Further thoughts to come, but this thing OWNS. I need to get some outdoor pictures as the top is a little less yellow in real life. Gorgeous looking guitar, and it plays and sounds better than it looks. I have a Warmoth with this same wood combination which is a pretty bright guitar, but this one's quite a bit more balanced - maybe it's the pickups, but it's incredibly thick, sort of like a Les Paul in the midrange but with a more pronounced, more Fender-y low end and a much more solid attack. Sustain is effortless, too. And the pickups sound awesome split with a bit of gain.
I picked it up after work on Wednesday and have spent pretty much every night after work playing it.