I love a lot of the new models coming out of PRS these days. The pickups are great, the Phase III tuners are great, and a lot of the Wood Library guitars are amazing. However, I have 3 not-so-new PRS guitars that just can't be replaced or outdone by newer stuff I have played. (Yes, I love yellow guitars that highlight the wood). The 2003 Santana II was a real find and well exceeded my expectations. It is so chimey and sweet---you should hear it thru my Matchless rig. I would not change a thing about it. The 2008 Artist Pack guitars are special IMO. I ended up with two. The CU22 AP has a rosewood neck and Macassar ebony board. The CU24AP also has the Macassar ebony board. The CU24 is stock---the HFS and Artist Bass are a great match in this loud and clear guitar. It is without a doubt the best CU24 I have ever played, including ones back to '87. The CU22 has had the most changes. A new Schroeder bridge and the Dragon II pickups were replaced with a fantastic set of '90's PRS Artist pickups with alnico V magnets. I also changed the knobs. If I could change anything about them, I would prefer the newer Phase III tuners, but that is no biggie. I gig all these a lot and they are like old friends now. And what do I have GAS for now? Another 2008 AP CU22 with an ebony board but with a trem. I love the old WF neck carve, the thin finish on these guitars, and the hollow pau birds. What are some of your old favorites?