Very nice prestiges.... the RGT320QRBB is a great looking guitar (a little expensive though, as the rest of the line). The return of the RG3120 is good news, although the new pricing is a let down (IMHO the RG3120 with its former pricing was the smart choice of the Ibanez line).
The poplar burl S looks very good too (i d take that top over the bubinga top).
The JS2 looks pretty good, and if only 60 are going to be made (wich I doubt) then they are going to sell them all in very little time without any trouble. Its pretty expensive, but there are going to be very few. I thought 5300 was an absurd price for a conmemorative mass produced (more than 500) guitar, but 60 guitars are sure to sell in no time.
Both RGT2020 look very well also, and the flamed maple RGA is probably here to stay (very, very nice). Then there is the swirled RG..... no to crazy about the black and white combo, but they may produce them with different coulours.
I think this line up is the best they put toghether in quite a few years. People wanted a "chromed" JS
and they delivered (but only for a few with cash to spare), people wanted the bad horsie and they delivered (but you ll pay dearly for a guitar that offers just a cool finish on the body, with very plain inlays and no matching headstock), people wanted swirls... they seem to consider the posibility (they are probably going to be above the 2000USD mark).
People wanted a fixed bridge RG prestige... they deliver, people wanted neckthourghs, you have 3 cool looking RGTs. You wanted the RG3120 back, there it is... only much more expensive and without Di Marzios.
Its a line up that fulfills a bunch of the wishlist guitars..... but they want you to PAY BIG CASH for them.
If the new aproach is "you want it... we ll do it, but iy ll cost you", its better than the aproach they took for a few years, when they hardly make any exciting guitars at all. At least, now I have the chance to wait for closeouts, or interesting used guitars in the future.
Im probably not going to buy any of these guitars new as you can guess =). But this may be the best line up in the last 10 years (conmemorative models excluded). Ibanez is no longer the affordable quality guitar though.