I am up too late on a weeknight, but I started putting it together after work . . .
Pics will follow soon.
Until then, imagine a guitar that has been sanded down to bare wood, stained green on the rear and olive-green on the front. The guitar has been finished with clear spray-can lacquer The rear has dimples and other imperfections. The front has a slight orange peel. None of that matters, since the appearance does not have a major effect on the sound.
Lessons learned during re-assembly:
(1) Final fitting: Spray lacquer makes the neck pocket and every hole much smaller. Sand, sand, sand . . . preferably before final assembly. This always happens, and I never learn. Also, buy all replacement parts in advance if the guitar was missing bits when it was purchased. Don't assume that you have eight humbucker-ring screws in your bitz box.
(2) Measure Parts: The neck on this guitar fits under the neck pickup. The replacement humbucker is too deep for the neck and is sitting on the neck. It is far closer to the strings than I normally like my pickups. Measure pickup sizes (and other component dimensions) to get replacements that fit properly.
(3) Measure Parts II: The replacement nut is too wide, so I sanded it down so it fit across the fretboard without sticking out. Of course, that does nothing to fix the pre-filed string grooves; the two E-strings are far too close to the edge of the fretboard.
(4) Quality Components versus Cheap Components: One of the previous owners replaced two pots and the jack. I know this because two of the pots are shorter, have split shafts, and have the fast adjustment speed of cheap pots. The original pot is longer, has a solid shaft [Edit: split-shaft], and adjusts much slower, almost at a hydraulically-slowed speed. The after-market soldering is also really nasty-looking, and I have added to that mess.
I only have the two E-strings strung, and this guitar cranks. I don't know if the bridge pickup is original, but it has a good output. Both pickups are close to the strings, so that may account for some of the volume.
So far this guitar feels and sounds as good to my ears as my favorite guitar does --- different but still good. I am definitely not a luthier, but I can see the quality that went into this guitar.