Yes, my guitar is a Composite Acoustic brand. At the time I bought it I was traveling from NC to West Virginia on a weekly basis and 50 deg temp swings were not unusual. I was shopping for a travel guitar - the Cargo model, but the dealer made me a ridiculous offer on the full size (at the time called a 7i series) that I couldn't pass up. I bought it shortly after the original manufacturer (CA) went belly up and the dealer was liquidating stock. Since then the CA line was bought by Peavey, but as I understand it, they still market it under the CA brand and use all of the original molds.
I have played his guitar all over the country -it's amazing. I can put it on a plane and when I open the case, it is still in tune. I have played it in bluegrass settings and the volume and bass response equals full size Martin dreads - I'm a heavy strummer, so I usually fingerpick it when playing with others to keep from overpowering the better players (like everyone else besides me). The resonance is amazing. Joey - I imagine you played it when you were at chordiestock, if not, you should have. I am certain that you at least heard me and several others play. Maybe folks are just being nice, but every single person who picks it up is blown away by the sound and playability of this guit.
Oh yeah - this guitar usually lives on my back porch so it is handy to pick up and strum anytime I hanging outside. I certainly wouldn't do that with a fine solid wood guitar
Rule No. 1 - If it sounds good - it is good!