Now, don't get me wrong. I love this guitar. Just the details started to appear as much as i play her. As you may remember (or not XD ) I bought with a bit of sacrifice a nice 1994 CE 22 in black sunburst. The thing is i've started to notice the following: -It IS heavy (my back is hurting after playing for an hour or so,this didn't happened with my MIM Tele :O ) -IMHO is not ment to be played sitting; it gets unconfortable in a short time, and my right arm becomes sore after it. -I'm loving the dragon 1 neck pickup but i'm in a love-hate with the Bridge dragon 1: I'm starting to get bored of the ultra high output, it sounds with a "honk" or nasal tone which i don't find apealing for my style. High gain makes this worse (i'm using pedal preamp-AMT S2 Soldano sound a like-so maybe that could be the culprit, but before it did just the same) -related to above, 5 way waffer switch is nice, but don't find use to the in between positions, which sounds with a bit honkiness as full humbucker bridge position does,and it doesn't cancel noise; i thought it did. (is this even normal? or i have a bad wiring? ) -It just doesn't hold the tune. Specially the G string. I may be the culprit because i use D# tunning and put 10-46 gauge strings. I did all the adjustments in the bridge and make sure this was adjusted as factory does (followed instructions and put every nut and bolt as recommended). Considering this, I bought some " TUNE-IT" lube for the next string change so they will slip easier, but i guess my expectations on the "exceptional tunning stability" of PRS famous reputation were too big. I would really love to read what you can say and recommend or advice. I want to make this great guitar more perfect, tho Am I doing something wrong? I may change bridge pup for a Seymour Duncan and probably return to Mcarty wiring (not even sure if SD is compatible with the waffer wiring), but i really need to not hear that honk, it gets more and more annoying for recording.