Not done, but ready to play. Sorry about the paucity of pics.
I built this one with a 20" scale length so the lower frets would be closer together, make it easier to play with my little stubby fingers.
I also built the fingerboard up higher than the face of the box so there would be room for a higher bridge and nut and still leave some space in the action. I put a rod piezo in the back of the bridge so the extra space is handy.
It's a pretty thing but I'm not too excited with how it plays or sounds, acoustic only so far. (I have the piezo rod in the bridge but I don't have the works wired up for it.) It sounds kinda like a banjo. This fancy box has a thick top and I think that's what causes that.
I put a brass bridge on it. I'm not too excited with it.
It buzzes when I play it, especially the low D (tuned D-A-d) if I pick it very hard, I think the brass bridge may be doing that. I think I'll get some bone and make a bone bridge for it after I get home from my reunion with my Viet Nam combat outfit next week.
It needs a little refining anyway. The edges of the frets are a little rough and tend to be grabby, and need some very fine filing. And of course, like I said, I need to wire up the electric guts for it. I haven't done any fret markers either, don't know for sure what I'm going to do about that yet.
I've started build #3, a cat food bowl reso, and picked out the box for build 4.