This is a tele project I've been working on. Alder body, maple fretboard, arctic white finish, Fender Original Vintage pickups. This guitar is SO resonant it's not even funny. I did my first fret level with this one too. It turned out great.
It sounds nice. Very warm for a tele. Still lots of spank but not as shrill as some teles I've played.
Not Warmoth. Actualy orderd from Canada, made overseas I think. Worked out good though.
Not sure about the bridge man. I don't think I can get the intonation perfect with it. I mean it's a tele so if it's not 100% perfect so what but I'm kind of wishing I had bought the super nice Joe Barden bridge I first had my eye on. (http://www.prosoundcommunications.com/english/joebarden/bridge.html) I might flip these saddles over and see how it works out like that. They are just plain round brass on the other side.
I got the neck and body from these guys in Vancouver. http://diyguitars.net/index.aspx . Even cheaper priced from the bay. (B stock maybe?)
Be aware though that the parts I got needed some work to get together. Great deals for someone who has some luthier type skills. Not for someone who hopes to simply buy and slap together and play. I had to plug and drill new holes, fret level, stuff like that. The neck even arrived with rust on the frets. Lots of it. Of course it was no big deal to take care of, the finish is very nice and in the end it turned out great.