So what else do you get with a Mya-Moe besides the ukulele itself? If you ordered a Tradition model, which is the least expensive model they have, you're supposed to get a canvas foam case. However, mine came with an upgraded Uke Crazy case. I did upgrade the wood to curly myrtle and added the pickup, so perhaps they just threw in the case upgrade. I don't know. It's a pretty nice case, but the latches it has makes me just a little bit nervous. They are the flip open type (you can see that they are in the open position in the above picture). There are only two of them and they strike me as being easy to open. They are probably just fine, but they just don't feel as secure as the "hook & latch" type found on Ko'olau and Ameritage cases. I guess I'll just take extra precaution if I ever take the case out of the house.
Besides the case, you get a Mya-Moe micro-fiber cloth, a small bottle of lemon oil, a Mya-Moe sticker, and a spec sheet. The micro-fiber cloth has the Mya-Moe logo on it, so you know which uke it's supposed to wipe. The lemon oil is used to maintain the finish on the ukulele. The spec sheet contains the build specifications and serial number on the uke, so if you ever pass it down to your kids, they know exactly what they're getting.
Anyway, I thought the stuff they included with the ukulele are pretty cool. I will be spending more time with the Mya-Moe concert and post some random stuff about it from time to time.