I purchased the CMM1 a few weeks ago also. For the price, it is a very good guitar.
Honestly, I was very hesitant to purchase as it is so inexpensive. I have more than 20 Ibanez guitars, and I tend to purchase Prestige, or high end vintage.
I have spent more on servicing a vintage Ibanez than this one cost me, so I was surprised at the value.
First thing I did was lower the action a bit, set the intonation, and then re lock the bridge, ( nice feature). I have several new Dimarzio's here, and after switching around, I decided on the AT-1 Andy Timmons for the bridge position. The P-90 seems ok for now, and I don't have any to try, so it's staying.
I found a set of locking tuners for $40. from Allparts, that have all of the exact markings and logo's on the inside, the same 2 pin alignment and they work great. Some people don't understand why I would use locking tuners on a fixed bridge guitar. String changing is easy, and as often as I switch pickups, that makes a difference. Plus, my tuning is more stable also.
A bit of nut sauce on the saddles, nut and trees, a few string stretches, and this guitar plays fantastic.
What's next? I will have it Plek'd in the next week or so, as I have done with all new guitars recently, and gradually with all of my older guitars. It's only a bit more expensive than the cost of a setup and fret leveling, which was my previous method for new guitars. I am researching replacement saddles for the adjustable bridge. I like the design of the bridge, with the locking studs like on the edge, but the tone will be greatly improved with steel saddles.
I am also considering a better p-90, one by Ilitchelectronics, that is noise free.
N'hésite pas pour la review, c'est toujours très utile, j'en avait fait une pour ma Charvel DS1 ST, et si tu en as la possibilité, rajoute quelques sample (en détaillant réglage et config), qu'on se rende un peu compte des sonorités de la bête