All my PRSi are pre-2010, and have the original Acrylic Urethane finish. I've always been happy with it, but I'm about to order a Private Stock and I'm considering the V12 finish instead. I've already eliminated Nitro as a potential finish; Aside from the general consensus that it's difficult to maintain, I've always hated the sticky, tacky feel of Nitro. So I tried a few V12-finished guitars at the local shop, and to my surprise, they feel... kinda sticky, at least compared to my Acrylic-finished guitars. Maybe not as bad as Nitro, but definitely enough to be uncomfortable. Has anyone else noticed this? I found this video of Paul talking about how the V12 finish was essentially Nitro laquer with plexiglass (acrylic) used as a binder instead of the normal oil used in most Nitro, and that might explain why it feels like this... Does anyone else agree with this assessment? For those of you who own guitars with the V12 finish, does the stickiness subside over time? Is the durability better than the Acrylic Urethane?