The other day I went into my office/studio and noticed my Telecaster was hanging a little odd. The top of the hanger was pulled away from the wall and the guitar was about to drop. Must have missed the stud when I hung the hanger. Usually my acoustic goes there, so the extra weight must have exposed the weakness. To correct the issue, I went to the wood store and bought a lovely piece of Purpleheart wood. This stuff is regular oak color, until it's exposed to oxygen. Then it turns purple and gets deeper for the next 10-12 years - then fades to brown. It comes from southern Mexico or Nothern South America. This stuff should come with a warning label. It's dense, strong and dang near impregnable. I had to predrill two 3"inch wood screws on every stud- and then predrill the two 2" inch screws for the hangers. It completely killed my drill battery doing that. I have to recharge it before getting the PRS in the middle, but it's turning out great. Updated pic.