I'm kinda done with Gibson honestly. I've worked on a bunch through the years and the inconsistency in the builds is just ridiculous. Here's the crux of my point: PRS feels like a guitar made by a guitar player. Gibson feels like a guitar made by a marketing executive who missed his coffee break and would rather be golfing. When I have to file sharp fret ends on a $3000 LP, I feel the indifference that went into building the thing. They have the ability to craft god level instruments, but their focus for the last decade has been on gobbling up other companies, turning Gibson into a "lifestyle brand", gimmicks, and nostalgia abuse. Sad part is as a young player, I loved Gibson guitars and always wanted one (my hero was Jimmy Page, so had to have an LP). Part of me still does, but I think its total nostalgia. Just my two cents, but to me PRS has perfected the LP design with the McCarty Singlecut. BTW, while most of my axes are PRS, I have some Ibanez, got a Dean, had Strats, Teles, etc. I'll play whatever so long as the frets dont turn my fingers into shredded cheese.