Yup, these things are getting popular. I'm having a hard time finding them and every time I list one as coming up I get a few emails pretty quick. I can't blame folks for liking them, too... they're loud, gutsy, have a nice look, and a good feel. They're also featherweight, too.
Work included a neck reset (and conversion to tenon/bolt-on style heel), fret level/dress, some brace reglues, a couple seam reglues, cleaning, a new (vintage) bridge and brand-new tuners, and a good setup. It's got a good straight neck and plays perfectly -- 1/16" at the 12th fret action height. I've got it tuned CGDA and it has a lot of projection and oomph at this pitch. GDAE may well work fine on this guy but the low note would probably sound a bit thin. I tend to favor this size of tenor guitar for standard CGDA, "Chicago" DGBE, or low-G uke GCEA pitch tunings.