Basically most of the 2016 Les Pauls I bought to find an unflawed one (good luck). Here's the unholy f*ckmother of them all, a 2016 LP Classic Plaintop. First look all good, right? Wrong! Neck PU off center. Bridge PU frame bent. Binding behind the last fret was flaky. Switch tip was damaged like someone gnawed on it. Damage on pickguard (going through the protective foil). Black residue on the fretboard edges. Bleeding into the binding (all over the body). Glue residue on the frets. I really loved the top on this specimen but ended up returning it. The store offered a 50€ discount because of the flaws. Ridiculous.