I mentioned the finish is separating, here's what I mean
The back and soundboard aren't nearly as bad
except for a couple of strips along the bottom edge, but they'll still have to be stripped completely before new finish can be applied. That's going to take a while, and a lot of sanding, to cut off the old finish without taking more than the tiniest bit of the surface of the wood. The lutier suggested starting with 220 grit to get the old stuff off, then up to 600 for the final. After that will come cleaning, masking and spraying.
Don't hold your breath waiting for updates, I'm going to take my time on this.