An observation from Saturday night... My buddy and I went to see Kansas on the 40th anniversary Point Of Know Return tour. Richard Williams played his PRS all night when he wasn’t playing acoustic. The other guitarist played a Strat. I noticed that Williams never touched the tuners on his guitar. I saw him check the tuning a few times, but never made an adjustment. The other guy? Tuned a lot, including during a couple songs. Williams’ tech did take the guitar off stage at one point, so it may have gotten a tuning tweak, but I couldn’t see that. After the show, my buddy got a notification on his phone that a guy we both really like (I took lessons off this guy for about a year) was playing at the casino across the river. What the hell - it’s a Saturday, and he’s only playing until midnight, so let’s do this. We caught his last set, and he was playing his PRS (CU22, I think). Played “Purple Rain” as the first song in the set, SRV’s “Cold Shot” later, and a few other things. Guess what he never touched. I find myself watching this stuff a lot more - the tuning stability of PRS guitars never ceases to amaze me. Just this weekend, I pulled out my DGT (with really old strings) and worked on a song Friday night. Didn’t get back to it until today - the guitar sat in the rack in between. I had to adjust the G string a few cents. That was it. Everything else was still dead on. Still makes me shake my head a bit, even if it doesn’t surprise me.