The SE line on its own is very good. Starting at 500 dollars for the base model and ranging up to 1549 with the HB 2 Piezo, there's a lot in the line. Baritones, 6 strings, 7 strings, hollow bodies, semi hollows, maple necks, exotic wood runs, signature models etc.... There are a few problems with them, mainly tuning stability being the biggest one. I don't really find anything else wrong with them. I got SE locking tuners with mine because dad got them for me. I feel like the nut could be changed personally to an American core nut. Here are suggestions of mine that I think the SE line could offer: More finish options. It would be great if they offered limited run colors, PS colors and different finishes like satin, which is such a good finish. Before I got my SE, I thought I would hate the gloss neck, but I had to get used to it and loved it. An "Artist package" for the SE's. Even though the goal of the SE line is to be cost effective, they could implement a program into where they could offer things like an upgraded nut, tuners, American pickups, inlay materials, and wood materials. I really think that abalone on the SE's look very sleek. If they offered this, for a 200-400 dollar package where you could get upgraded pickups, different fretboard wood and other things would make the SE line so much more extensive. SE versions of the Bolt on series. I would LOVE an SE with CE specs, bolt on neck, satin neck, maple neck but for the SE. A Silver Sky SE would be awesome as well. These are all just my suggestions about what I think PRS could do but leave your thoughts about what PRS could add to the SE line!