Had this for a couple years, and find myself not flying it anymore. Great machine, it's been very reliable and flies well, but I seem to have gotten sick of looking at it. Here's what I've got:
Goblin 570. This is the original, carbon one. Been in one crash back in late 2015, early 2016 and repaired. Probably 150 flights or so on it. This winter I went through it for routine maintenance and checked bearings etc. Completely rebuilt the tail with new bearings, speed up pulley, dampers, kept the original belt since it was still in good shape, but the new belt I bought and didn't install is included. I had noticed that the one way was slipping a bit, so the one way and support bearings, as well as the motor belt were replaced with new parts.
For upgrades from stock, it's pretty standard. Cyclone tail blades with Zeal 570 mains. It has the Doug Darby gyro plate on it for low vibes and easier service, and is sititng on Trex 700 landing gear. There is a thread in the 570 section of HF on how I mounted it, basically I drilled and tapped 4 holes on the bottom aluminum plates and bolted it on. Great for sliding autos (as you can see from the wear on the bottom of the skids), and in my eyes looks better than stock. The stock landing gear is included for those guys who decide they don't want to do awesome sliding autos. It will pop back on like normal. The canopy was new last fall after the original popped off the posts and went through the blades (the canopy was the only casualty), so when I replaced it I also added a set of Black Thunder canopy mounts so it will never happen again.
Electronics wise it's running Align BL815H on the swash and Align BL855H on the tail. Great servos, fast, center well, and plenty powerful. The motor is an Xnova 1120KV for 6s, and I just replaced the ESC and installed a brand new Tribunus 120 a few months ago. The Neo is not included, and is not for sale. You will need your own FBL unit and receiver.
I've got a few extra parts you can see in the pics, and I'm sure I've got more in my bins o'stuff. It will also come with a couple of battery trays. Add your FBL, receiver, and 6s pack and you'll be flying.
All of this wonderfulness for $800 shipped in the US.