I am in the San Diego area. I know and have played w many guitarists down here over the years. Many worked all the clubs and casinos around. WHAT IS THE DEAL. I never see anyone, not anyone w a PRS. I feel like am the only one except for (Ronnie Lee) an endorsee that plays a PRS. Do they not have the right rep or any on this coast? Every new guitarist I end up playing with comments on how nice my PRS's are but they all have Fenders, or knock offs or Gibsons or Ibanez. And no one has ever knocked the sounds of my guitars. In fact I take my board everywhere and when I have it all going I even get a happily raised eyebrow from some others once in a while. Granted, further north in Orange and LA counties I have seen a little more PRS use. But not much at all. Not like in the east and other parts of the country. I may be one of the biggest PRS proponents exposing others in this geography. In fact after thinking about this I should call Paul and have him send me some samples to seed around the county for more exposure. Jus' sayn'. What's it like in your geography. Do the stores have big inventories of PRS and do the salespeople seem to know anything about them. I feel like I have personally taught many sales folks in music stores out here all about PRS and the models and history. Or does your area seem like what I have run up on. Do you have to go a major distance to see a PRS? Are you the Rare Bird in your town??? I can imagine this lack of knowledge and use occurring in small town situations but San Diego? Your thoughts?