After many requests for pictures, I finally got around to taking some pictures of my PRS with the Evertune bridge installed. In my mind it is the most significant advance in guitar hardware since the Floyd Rose. I literally have not tuned this guitar since getting it back from the install many months ago. It also has the most spectacular intonation of any guitar I've ever played, outside of a guitar with a True Temperament neck that I tried. In addition to having the Evertune installed, I also had the volumes switched so I can reach the bridge pickup volume with my pinky. I also had the bridge volume pot replaced with a Shadow Killpot, which is very cool for stutter effects (although it is a bit scratchy). Finally I had the bridge tone replaced with a Stellartone Tonestyler, which is a really cool way to get more useful tones out of your guitar. Anywho, I really recommend the Evertune, as it allows you to forget about the hassle of tuning and focus completely on playing and enjoying your instrument. I really wish some of the boutique builders would start offering it as an option on their instruments....hint hint Before everyone gets all up in arms about the amount of wood carved out of the instrument and the difference in feel, here is your answer: it sounds even better than before the install & the guitar plays exactly the same, only it never goes out of tune. The only thing that could make it better, would be a tremolo version, but I'm not sure that's possible to do.