Vermont Guitars has been selling Eden parts for some time on Ebay. At first glance they look like reasonably priced alternatives to Fender parts to build that "strat" or "tele" you might have been looking for at a reasonable cost compared with actual Fender parts. They are made in China and ship directly from Hong Kong, adding significantly to the shipping cost, but the item prices are generally significantly less also.
Some time ago, I purchased an unfinished guitar body and neck from Eden. The body needed extensive filling before finishing, some of the channels needed to be redrilled, and the routing and sanding was mediocre. I needed to make some modifications to fit a Mighty Mite pickguard and electronics, which previously using a better quality body was unnecessary. The neck did fit the body, though the pocket had some small gaps. The finish on the neck was pretty good, but the nut slot needed reworking to fit a standard Fender blank. All in all, it worked out ok, but I should have stopped there.
Eden also makes painted bodies, so I thought I would pair up one with a Fender neck and some other licensed parts. The body is finished in polyester, not laquer which generally provides better tone, but the finish looked good in the photo. The body arrived damaged because it was packed improperly for a trip across 2 continents. No cushioning, and of course, no insurance. Bigger problem than the missing hunks of poly finish from getting banged around in shipping was the fact that standard Fender necks do not properly fit the neck pocket, which apparently is cut specifically for Eden necks. Very loose, and insufficient wood to wood contact to get good sustain. Some other hardware (jack socket) didn't fit properly either.
If you're looking to build a nice strat or tele copy, you're better served to spend a little more and get parts from another manufacturer that you know are compatible with the body and neck you pick. Dealing with issues in quality or shipping with a seller on the other side of the planet is seldom satisfying. I would suggest Warmoth, Allparts, and some others that are licensed by Fender, and of course there are several sellers who part out actual Fender guitars so you can mix and match the components you need, and know they fit. This helps keep it fun, which of course it's supposed to be.
I recently saw another guide that referenced this one. The author (who's feedback speaks for itself) said you should 'buy them by the dozen' before you're an 'expert'. Well, I'm not saying I'm an expert, but I've been building guitars a long time, I'm also an authorized Fender repair tech, and I thought folks should know that licensed Fender parts may not fit these bodies and necks. I know what works and what doesn't. It shouldn't take a dozen guitar bodies or necks before you can judge quality; the first one you get should tell the tale. These guides are all based on opinions, but some are more valuable than others, aren't they?