I recently got a Historic LP Goldtop, but I'm not crazy about the balance and huge neck. But I love the fretboard to death, easiest thing I've ever played leads on in my life. Had an SG that played fairly similar but that particular one was neck-heavy as hell compared to the LP which is butt-heavy. My #1 is a parts tele with a neck from a very tgp-famous builder. It feels great on rhythm, comps, dbl-stops, etc. but just doesn't compare to a well set up Gibson fretboard ime for true rock and roll lead and solo playing. It's a 9.5 I think, but still gives me the buzzes on some high-end bends with fairly high action. Just not smooth like the LP. But the guitar is light, perfectly balanced, and the back of the neck feels perfect (rounded D or slight C I'd guess). I know PRS's are sort of in-between Fender and Gibson boards and tones, right? But the ones I've played in stores had that wide-fat neck which felt just horrible in my hand. Do they all have that neck shape? Hard to find that one guitar that just fits my hands, body, ears, and heart so well that I don't want to play a different style. One guitar for all songs at all gigs. Strap it on to start soundcheck and don't take it off until load-out.