Heavily leaning towards a Parker-homage instrument using my "asymmetrical" body shape, upper bout sound hole a-la Parker, fixed height bridge with a Howe-Orme floating neck. 25.5" scale and a 1.85" nut width, around 2.35" bridge string spacing. I have a quilted maple back/side set and a pretty high grade spruce top for it. Not quite sure about doing the "violin" style body edge joint. Part of what makes this style appealing is the large window into the inside of the guitar, it is all there laid out for all to see. That leads you towards making the inside as pretty as the outside, which is interesting to think about.