Yep... honestly, the SE line was getting a little "stale" IMO. Lots of W/T maple necks and trems, and while there is certainly a place for that in the PRS lineup, it doesn't really represent the corresponding mix of ingredients in the USA line. Personally, I want W/F hog necks, all day long, and stoptails more, too. So I'm happy to see some things going that way. I hope they go to the 2 piece on the SE245 soon, or come out with something else that has it, in addition to the Starla. I would be very into that. I'm gonna need to break down and get a bass in the future, and I like the SE Kestrel over the Kingfisher, but would likely take an S2 over either if they were priced in the range of the S2 Standards. But, even beyond basses, I'm all for adding more to the S2 line, especially diversifying the tones available via different guitars. I have 3 now, they're hard working and great quality, without being very expensive. One could build quite an arsenal of capabilities on a moderate budget with just S2's.