Custom Tele baritone guitar

This guitar started out as a standard Fender 50's Classic Tele (see below).  I never could stand the combination of the neck shape and those itty-bitty little frets.  So I had Warmoth send me a baritone conversion neck.  I sprayed it with Deft lacquer.  I also swapped the pickguard out for the groovy pearloid thing (see below).  The stock pickups weren't cutting it anymore since the guitar is tuned down to A.  I replaced the pickups with Fender Vintage Noiseless ones.  It was better but I wasn't thrilled.  So then I had a set of Rio Grande pickups and yet another pickguard on it (see below).  The Rio Grande's are MUCH better - all the Tele twang and bite with nice low end.

Then I went to a guitar show and saw a silver sparkle Tele body and couldn't resist!

COLOR Silver metal flake
BODY I'm not sure - the finish was apparently applied by the folks at G & L
NECK Warmoth Baritone Conversion Tele 1-Piece Maple
(Nitro-Cellulose Lacquer Finish)
MACHINE HEADS Fender Kluson Style Tuning Machines
FINGERBOARD Maple, 10-16 Compound Radius
NO. OF FRETS 24 Medium Jumbo Frets
PICKUPS Rio Grande Vintage Tallboys
CONTROLS Master Volume
Master Tone
BRIDGE Vintage 3-Saddle Fender Tele Bridge (from a 50's Classic)
PICKUP SWITCHING 3-Position Blade:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickup
Position 3. Neck Pickup
HARDWARE Nickel/Chrome
SCALE LENGTH 28 5/8"
WIDTH AT NUT 1 11/16"

With Rio Grande's and aged white guard:

With Fender Vintage Noiseless pickups and a nutty pearloid guard:

Before it was a baritone: