Greetings and salutations! Hope everyone is safe and relatively healthy! I have decided to purchase a nice but not pricey classical guitar so that I can develop my right hand technique better and also for the enjoyment of learning and playing some of the classics. Budget would prob max out at $1k although I have the means to go well above that I just know myself and need to feel this style of guitar out before dropping that kind on money on an instrument. Suggestions welcome! Some things to be aware of. I live in Puerto Rico and I have not had good experiences with wood, acoustic guitars and the year round high humidity here. My electrics have faired fine but the acoustics have tended to absorb the humid air into the wood, developing a belly around the bridge and consequently the action would raise to the point where it would be unplayable and no matter what I did to dry it out it would never get back to a playable condition so I was forced to move on. I do have and thoroughly enjoy my Rainsong carbon fiber acoustic but this is a steel string and of course I'm wanting a nylon string classical. I understand that the finish on most classical guitars allow them to better withstand humid conditions compared to a steel string guitar...or perhaps it's the reduced string tension...IDK. I'm sure I'm not the only one out there who's had to deal with high humidity so please fire away! At least I can say my lips never get chapped lol! Thanks in advance!