Mine is the "Green Shadow Flat" finish version from 2009 or so. First, the not-so-great: I had to move the strap pins to make it balance correctly, and added a Goeldo Backbox bridge stabilizer because I'm used to Kahler whammy bridges. I also replaced the wiring harness to add coil-selection options, and moved the 3-way switch up to where the volume control is since I hate smacking the volume knob with my pick hand. The stock Dimarzio pickups are serviceable, but I'll replace them with Seymour Duncans when I have the money. Discontinued, so I can't find a case for it anymore.
Now, the awesome: Maple/walnut through-neck with mahogany wings, locking whammy bridge, ultra-pointy body shape with beveled edges, versatile but metal-friendly electronics, shreddy Ibanez neck profile with bound 27-fret fingerboard. This is just about as good as it gets without spending $5k+ and waiting a year for a custom-shop build.