Hey guys, I finally got around to swapping some pickups in my Alder bodies CE_22. This is the best PRS I have owned! While I love it and don't hear huge tonal differences between this and the mahogany CE-22s, the Dragon bridge pickup has been a love/hate relationship. With some amps it rips, with others it is too dark and muddy. Sometimes playing classic rock, I find the Dragon bridge too hard?! So, in go a Duncan CC in the bridge, excellent, smooth, creamy, but better for leads. Next is my go-to set, Rio BBQ/Texas set. Really thick and punchy but sometimes I think the BBQ bridge is too much? Hard to explain. Almost congested? Great split tones. My amps and guitars have tones of natural mids. Amps are Bogner Shiva, PWE Event Horizon and on its way, Splawn Streetrod. So, I don't need a mucho midrange pickups set. I pulled my old nickel covered Wolfetone Timbrewolf and Marshallhead neck. WOW. This is it, why did I let these sit for so long. The Timbrewolf is really tight, yet sweet, punchy and full, splits well! Sort of modern but handles classic rock well. Perfect pair with the MH neck as well. I thikn this may be the set for the CE 22. With this, I don't think I want to get a mahogany CE-22 because my 1994 Alder CE-22 with Wolfetones is bette than Perfect.