I have some Gold Kluson Supers, and I have some Uncle Lou tips, so the wheels are spinning. It's an easy, reversible mod. I like the feel of the metal ones though when doing quick tuning adjustments on the fly. These tuners are really nice. The posts don't wiggle much at all, unlike the regular ones. I've got to decide how far I should go to make it more like the real thing.
For instance, mods that I could do -
1) New pickguard from MojoAxe with correct radii
2) Unpotted Pickups from Throbak or someone with Alnico 2,4 or 5 magnets
3) Gold Kluson Supers/Uncle Lou Tips
4) Try to get a TRC made that is slightly more accurate
5) Change Thumbwheels to Faber gold brass ones
6) Replace the last two inlays with MOP that are more similar in thickness
One could argue with Gibson providing the more realistic finish, and hide glue, I'm left with the easy stuff, and I should do it. The old me went down that route on a lot of Historics, and when I sold them all down to 1, the only one I kept was one that I had kept stock...and boy did I take a bath on the irreversibly modded ones (even something as simple as better inlays hurt the value of the guitar).
I really like the way this guitar sounds and plays, and nothing will change it's a 2015 guitar, not a 1957 one, and I know that. As is, it is a stellar example of what Gibson is doing right now, this date in history.