When I bought my first PRS it was because I was looking for something different. I played Les Pauls and I wanted a Custom 24. What I walked out with is a McCarty. I've since sold 3 out of 5 Gibsons and will likely be putting number 4 up on the block as well (#5 I'm keeping). So.... now I play a McCarty and I'm still looking for something different to fill a gap that I never filled the first time around. Basically, high output with a trem. Hot, fat, screams would be an adequate description of what I'm after. I have enough money for one of these two options: 1) S2 Custom 24, or 2) SE Custom 24 and SE Custom 24-7. I'm currently on the fence. I like and dislike aspects of both options. Option 1 gets me a higher quality guitar, but so far as I understand it has the same trem as the SE. Option 2 gets me two guitars, but so far as I understand the SE has smaller frets. Then there's the mahogany vs maple neck aspect. Maple seems like it might actually be a superior option on what is to be a shredder guitar, while the small frets are a negative. Additionally, I think mahogany might produce a fatter, smoother lead sound (I like fat and smooth), but I already have fat and smooth with the McCarty (although the McCarty is vintage output). How do the S2 HFS/Vintage compare to the SE HFS/Vintage? Thoughts/opinions?