For the past several months I have been tweaking the "933" I had drawn a while back. Many know its shape is based directly from the ES-339, or as close as I could get it, but the build is more like a 336 or 356. Solid materials instead of laminated, etc., etc. After a huge rethink about what I did, and didn't, like of that I came up with something...new. I hesitate to use that word since anything and everything has been done already in the guitar shape world. Still, it is not the same thing it started out as. So this has me wondering when do you, when you have your designer hat on, stop calling something 'theirs' and start calling it 'yours'? I see many guitars here and there where the lineage is obvious but has morphed into something unique and very distinct from the parent design.