Im new to this forum. Just bought a very nice SE custom 22 semi ltd edition zebrawood top, so thought i'd join in on some of the conversations. I'm intrigued by the differences between the standard stoptail bridge of my guitar and the adjustable version seen on the Zach Myers model. I like the simplicity of the standard but like the idea that you have the adjustability should you need it. I noticed the PRS accessories shop (UK) has cheaper SE versions of both the Standard Stoptail and their standard Trems (cheaper as they are probably cast instead of machined). I contacted the PRS European Support centre and asked if they had the SE version of the Adjustable stoptail. I couldn't believe their response. They told me that the bridge used on the Zach Myers model is exactly the same as the ones used on the Core range!! If this is true then the ZM is a bargain of an instrument as it has a bridge that retails for £284 when the whole guitar is £799 (the same as every other SE custom) Only the Custom 24 with a Floyd is more expensive at £899. So, do you guys think they are telling the truth? Does anyone have any experience with both the ZM adjustable stoptail and the Core range adjustable? Are they just trying to up-sell to their Core Bridge to make more money by keeping an SE version hidden? This is just for discussion really, i'm not particularly interested in the Tonepros or Mann versions I've read about on here.