I first saw this on Facebook three weeks ago, as someone in Leeds was shifting it on at a very tempting price for a quick sale. I stared at it all evening, but there was no way I could get over to Leeds to pick it up, and watched it go the very next day. Then here I am browsing the forum and Sunday, and it needed rehoming again. I'm not one to ignore serendipity so here we are. This is the closest thing I've ever seen to a relic PRS. The satin nitro finish dents very easily, and part of what made me fall for it in the pictures was the picking wear by the pickups. I adore the satin finish - the guitar actually feels like wood rather than shiny plastic. It's chambered, so it's very resonant, and also very, very bright and jangly acoustically. The wide fat neck is really comfy and the finish means my sweaty paws won't stick, which is a big bonus. I'd seen mixed reviews on the PRS #7 pickups, but I think I like them so far. The A4 neck pickup is bright and quite scooped and woody sounding, and the bridge (which I'm pretty sure is A5) is very bright and barky in the upper mids, almost like a vintage voiced JB but without the bass. It actually makes the BKP Emerald in my Les Paul sound bassy in comparison! It does make for a very pleasing lead tone. The in between sound is almost single coil like in its clarity, it's nothing like my Les Paul or my SE Bernie. It's a stunning guitar over all, and for me the biggest winning points are the chambering - light weight and resonant - and the finish. Has anyone else got one of these or just more information about them? Would love to see and know more about this lovely guitar. Crappy phone camera can't quite manage macro: With my modded Bernie because why not?