I'm really interested in this new direction they are taking. It is, in principal anyway, supposed to be a "vintage" Singlecut. Now that all of the lawsuit business is over with they can really break some ground towards competing even more in the Singlecut 2HB market. It is basically a SC with a Thinner Headstock, Vintage Output Pickups, and a 24.5" scale. Do you guys think that 24.5" is cool? I kind of think that a Les Paul was 24 3/4" for a reason. Maybe it won't be as muddy as I imagine as PRS's tend to sound more "nimble" to me than most Gibsons. I already have a McCarty (which I really need to post pics of) and I love the way it sounds. It takes my whole countrybloozerock thing really well. But, being a big Duane Allman (among others) fan I still really want a Singlecut shorter scale instrument. If this thing does, in fact, sound good and not like a muddy mess then my choice will be made: PRS All The Way! (for humbuckers only! Opinions? Comments? Humerous Anecdotes?