Tops and backs crack from humidity, but it's rare for it to happen on the sides. You are looking to make a choice for the wrong reasons. There is no reason (in my mind) to buy any instrument for its "resistance to humidity" or durability ... when some proper care can eliminate the perceived problem. A $20 case humidifier and 15 minutes of time every week during drier seasons is all it takes. The tone and projection of most laminated guitars is usually not as good as solid woods ... a generality, but true because most laminated guitars occupy the lower end of the guitar price spectrum (under $1000).assuming that an acoustic has a solid top, what sort of durability would it have if the rest of the body were laminate as opposed to solid wood? resistance to humidity? thanks.