I'm actually really surprised I'm writing this, but I have had a Suhr modern custom for about a year, and I could just never get the thing set up right. I've either had higher action than I can handle (I have physical limitations where I can't play anything over 3/64ths bass and 2/64ths trebble), or buzzing. I'd never thought to check the frets as I just assumed they'd be impeccable. I found a total of 4 uneven frets. I was shocked by this, so I went back to Suhr and explained the situation. I got told that if I set it up to their factory spec (4/64ths all over) that it should be ok. For me, on a 4k guitar, the idea of allowing uneven frets to leave the factory is shocking. I sent videos showing the fret issues with a fret rocker and they asked to show if it buzzed with a factory set up. So I went to a luthier and had it up per their spec. There was still a tiny bit of buzz. I was then told I could ship it - at my expense - to their rep and he'd inspect it. For me to ship the guitar insured to their rep in the UK would cost €350 or so. No guarantee they'd fix it mind, just inspect it! It is worth noting that I ordered this when I was living in the states and have since moved back to Ireland, so my warranty with the dealer was voided. Something that wasn't pointed out when they took my money. I've had 2 other Suhr guitars, and the fret work on those was stellar! This was the first guitar I've ordered since they got the plek machine in. Anyway, I'm not really sure what can be done from here, but I thought I'd share this with the community here partially to vent, and partially so you guys know that the level of acceptable quality control from this company does seem to be slipping. Thanks for reading, and any thoughts are welcome!