The DaSilva Santo reproduction I just got is really a pretty cool little ukulele, with emphasis on "little". I still can't get over how small it is! I had thought that sopranos are the easiest size to play but when you're trying to fit your fingers into compressed spaces past the 12th fret (the Santo is in fact a slightly short scale soprano, checking in at 13"), all of a sudden those Jake Shimabukuro songs become pretty challenging to play.
The uke's got a big sound for such a small body and the workmanship and decorations on it are spectacular. I waited more than double the originally promised delivery date for this guy but I think the end result is worth it.
Here's a quick demo of this ukulele playing Craig Robertson's Staten Island Slide.