Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like among the Core models currently in regular production, only the Custom 24 and the Tremoti are available with pattern thin necks. What I've found was that Custom 24 (including 24 Piezo & 24-08): Pattern Regular or Pattern Thin Custom 24 Floyd: Pattern Thin Custom 22 (including 22 Piezo): Pattern McCarty: Pattern McCarty 594 (including Hollow Body II): Pattern Vintage Hollow Body II Piezo: Pattern 408: Pattern 509: Pattern Regular Paul's Guitar: Pattern DGT: DGT Tremoti: Pattern Thin Santana Retro: Santana Retro In terms of depth at the nut, the profiles are ranked from fattest to thinnest: Pattern Vintage (28.5/32") Pattern & Santana Retro (28/32") Pattern Regular & Santana Retro (27/32") Pattern Thin (26/32") I haven't played many guitars with the Pattern Regular profile, however, the difference between the Pattern and Pattern thin is noticeable to me. I got used to it, but I wish there was a stoptail version available with Pattern Thin necks. Prior to owning a PRS, I played mostly Gibson guitars and I gravitated more towards their 60's inspired necks, which to me feels closer to a PRS Pattern Thin. My McCarty is currently my No. 1 and I'm shopping for a second PRS, but it feels like I don't have many options among the core models with Pattern Thin necks. Someone pointed out to me that there used to be a Custom 22 stoptail version with Wide Thin necks, but I'm having a hard time finding them. Why do you think Pattern neck is so widely used among core models? Is it a tonal thing or do you believe is result demand vs supply? I'm considering buying a Custom 24, Custom 24-08 or a CE24 because of the pattern thin neck profile and they are generally light guitars (my McCarty is 7lbs 10.5 oz, but I'm hoping to go even lighter). However, I hardly ever use vibratos and I'm concern it'll just be more of a nuisance.