Previously, I was considering selling my Strat among other instruments, and getting an S2 Studio, or S2 Standard to install a middle single into, to do both jobs. But setting up the Strat, I could not bring myself to let go of it. Meanwhile, I started selling clutter unrelated to music and raised more money than the Strat would have gone for, so the budget is being raised, and I'm set on a maple-topped, 24-fret PRS, as the representative model of that instrument. But all that changed. I was checking Chuck Levin's site, making sure the NOS 10-tops were still there, and saw the S2 Custom 24 was now available in green or pink crackle. I was torn between a PRS of some sort, and something in a gloriously Eighties finish, when I started selling and saving up, but the S2 Custom in crackle finish checks both boxes off. Wasn't a fan of the S2 Custom beveling with the lightly figured maple, but it really works better with other finishes. On top of that, I have the cash in hand ready to drop on the S2 this Saturday (hence the "last chance" in the title). Pretty straightforward, right? On the other hand, I would be giving up the more figured tops that are pretty much part of the PRS look. Will the S2 leave me wanting a Core Series any time soon? More of a personal thing, those 10-tops still sitting around were among the exact ones I was drooling over on Chuck's site almost five years ago. TL;DR: Do I check off all the boxes sensibly, or do I realize the years-old dream?