I've owned 3 PRS SEs so far with last one being my newest addition. All three required higher (~2mm) action to be playable without major fret buzz coming though the amp. I'm getting my current one set up by a tech but he said he has to lower the term below factory specs to lower the action, otherwise the saddle for the low E bottoms out. We had the same issue on my last SE. My first had a stop tail so it was a little bit easier to go lower but it would buzz no matter the relief. I've done some research and there are lots of questions about that online but the answers are always the same (adjust relief, nut etc.) For me a comfortable action is about 1.2-1.5mm or about .05-.06". That seems to be impossible to achieve for my tech without touching the term due to the saddle bottoming out as well as the fret buzz. There's a sweet spot for the guitar and that seems to be on the higher hand. I recently tried other guitars in guitar stores such as Ibanez, Shecter etc. while I was waiting for my new SE to arrive and they are super comfortable to play. Low action right out of the gate without buzzing coming through the amp. That seems to be impossible to achieve on the SEs I've owned. Is this normal? Do PRS guitars require higher action to function properly?