The only problem is what to call the thing - all of its possible nicknames (guizouki? boutar?) - to me, anyway - sounding a bit gimmicky and less than dignified. I'll probably just keep calling it a bouzouki, though bouzouki doesn't seem quite adequate or accurate.
This is the model of the Galway hooker that was given to me by my friends Lee and Barbara Smith when I was in Maine last March, the traditional Irish fishing boat model that inspired the pearl inlay in the headstock of my (and many subsequent, so I am to hear) bouzouki.
Back in July, we had a total of seven of Nick's instruments on the premises. Seen here are five of them (from L-R): my bouzouki, Susie Bowman's six-string (with catboat inlay), Nick's bell cittern, Nick's 12-string, Bob Denton's bouzouki.
Here's Nick, playing a tune he composed on my bouzouki, with Yours Truly accompanying him on my then-brand-spanking-new zouk: