Well, more-so last Wednesday, but I really wasn't able to spend much time with it, let alone get pics, until this past weekend. Custom 24-08 Wood Library in Fire-red to grey-black fade finish. East Indian Rosewood neck with a Brazilian board. 58/15MT pickups with Smoked Black Chrome hardware. I really cannot say enough good things about this instrument. For starters, up until now the Dragon II neck pick-up had been my favorite split-coil sound I had found so far. These new 58-15MT's are incredible, and the neck-split is heavenly. Really, they sound great in all positions and remind me a bit of the 57-08's but with a little more edge to them...still very warm and not harsh at all, though. The Brazilian board is also a first for me on this one. Looks-wise, it's VERY dark, almost as dark as the ebony on my HBII. Resonance-wise, it sings. This particular guitar has some incredible sustain, both acoustically and electrically. As always, I'm sure it can attributed to the sum of all parts (between electronics, build, and materials used) but this guitar has a beautiful voice and rings like a bell. Anyways, here are the obligatory pics... I did have to let one go, my SE Singlecut Trem had to move along. While I loved the guitar (my first introduction to PRS Guitars) I just couldn't get along with it after moving to the thinner neck-profile, double-cuts. Good thing though....I sold it to the bass player in the band and we practice at his house, so I'll be able to see it often and I know that it's gone to a good home. Extra bonus...this is his introduction to PRS guitars, so that always feels good. As always, I HAVE to give a major shout-out to the wifey for putting up with my undying obsession with guitars...and not only guitars, but PRS guitars. Her patience and understanding is nothing short of saintly, I truly am a lucky, lucky man.