aristophon , Spruce/Hog is a great combination of tonewoods. I'm sure you'll love the full sound you'll get from that dread body also. Congratulations, and enjoy!
Had to change image sites to do it, but here's some pics (they're actually the ones taken by the seller.)
Godin marked it as a factory second because of a small hairline crack on the side, but it was repaired so well that I can't find evidence it was ever there even by going over it with a large magnifying glass.
Have played it along with the Spruce/Rosewood doing sound comparisons this week. There is a detectable difference in tone between the two, but it's mostly noticeable on the treble stings.
"Who invented the human heart, I wonder? Tell me -- then show me the place where he was hanged!" - The Alexandria Quartet
Come to think of it, I had a Seagull Maritime, all Mahogany, great guitar and very well built, but unfortunately for me, I found it little on the large size (I like small body guitars), it was the first Seagull guitar that I had had.