I posted this over at the Suhr forums but I guess folks are a little shy there...plenty of views but only one response. I'm considering taking the plunge and getting my first "boutique" guitar and thought Suhr's Pro Series might be a great way to get my feet wet. I have a few questions that I'm hoping to get some feedback on. I'm currently leaning towards the S6 because of the Floyd and maple fingerboard. I'm also considering the S2 or S4 but am concerned about the trem's stability (see my question below). The Modern has also caught my attention so I've been reading about...but I don't know enough about that model yet and they seem few and far between. I have a couple of questions about the S6 and the Pro Series in general. - How is the S5/S6 wired? What does each switch position give you? - Are all Pro Series routed the same? I saw a S1 with the pickguard off and it had an HSH route. I'm wondering if converting a Pro Series to an HSH would be a matter of a pickguard swap. Routing it myself would be out of the question. - How stable are the non-locking trems on the S1/S2 and S3/S4? I've got a a pretty bad track record with my non-locking trems on a number of Fenders, G&Ls and Ernie Balls. I have one G&L that's solid as a rock but the others vary when it comes to tuning stability - from marginal to completely useless. Because of this, I'm leaning to a Floyd despite the fact that I don't really like locking trems. - Do minor wiring mods or pickguard changes void the warranty of these guitars? One of the things that might sway me from the Pro Series to a Standard, Classic or Modern would be the SS frets. I'm pretty heavy-handed and my guitars (nickel frets on all of 'em) show moderate to heavy wear. Even my newest, which is only 7 months old shows obvious wear under the G and B strings along most of the fingerboard.