It's a great, bare bones, high quality small bodied acoustic that chimes like a bell. No fancy inlays or electric pickups - just a stripped down guitar like the one you learned to play on - only about 100 times better.
Although I currently have a few guitars my only acoustic is one I swapped an electric for in 1973 - an Eko Ranger Dreadnaught. I wanted it because there's a picture of one in the hands of Jethro Tull from the photos in the Living in the Past album. Very large and very Italian. It's been kicked around and had more dents and scratches that a speedway car - yet it defies age and infirmity and plays on. However a new little buddy was called for and is now with its new family. If only I had time to play it. Maybe that's a hint for a resolution for 2008.