Hey everyone, I bought a PRS SE Custom 22 Semi-Hollow Santana yellow on July 9th at GC in San Bernardino, CA. The action was super high in the store so I took it to their Luthier to get a proper set up. When I got the guitar back it played well but not as expected. There was still some buzz and bending wasn't easy and it felt like some strings were lower than others. So I took it to a different Luthier in my area. He set it up according to Fender specs. I got it back with extreme fret buzz but it was very comfy to play so I tolerated it. When I got home I noticed a weird noise coming through the amp. Since I'm not a pro player I chalked it up to my muting technique. Well I was wrong. It was fret buzz coming through the amp. I was ready to return the guitar but my wife urged me to get another set up because she could see that I really like the guitar. I called up another Luthier in my area and explained the situation. He mentioned the weather right away. I live in Moreno Valley, CA, which can get pretty dry. Humidity is about 30-40% on normal days but lately it's been a little more humid (today 80%). He said that when it gets humid the neck swells up and throws everything out of wack. He said to take it to him and he'll check it. When I took it to him it was about to rain so he suggested we wait a couple days for the setup so the humidity in the air can stabilize. After a couple days he called me and asked me to come by to check it out. He lowered the tremolo, adjusted the neck, worked on the nut and adjusted the action. The guitar played like a $2000 guitar. It played like a dream. I couldn't believe it. I was super happy. He even complemented my vibrato (it was so easy to bend that it somehow sounded really good). Fast forward the next day I took it to guitar practice at GC. It played the same way. It was top notch. My guitar teacher was really surprised at how well it played for a $850 guitar. He called it a shred machine. When I got home from guitar practice I continued to practice for another 1-2 hours. Right towards the end of my practice session I noticed that the g, b and high e were buzzing again to the point where the strings couldn't oscillate freely for proper sustain. I called up the guy who set it up and he immediately asked me if I messed around with it. I said no because I didn't. I asked him about the weather and if that could have affected it because it was starting to get overcast again. At that particular moment the humidity was about 55% according to the weather app. He said he's never had an electric guitar react so severely to the weather. I have a really cheap Fender Squier in the same room I keep the PRS in and it holds its setup. Minimal buzz and it plays ok but it's always had minimal buzz. It stays pretty much stable whether it is more or less humid in our house. How can that be? The Squier was a really cheap guitar that I bought in the late 90s to play some Punk Rock on. I don't know what to do. I'm past the 45 days return policy so I can't return it. And tbh I don't want to because I like the look and feel of the guitar. But the current issue is a deal breaker for me. It buzzes so severely it's a pain to play. I've already spent 28% of the guitar's price on setups. That's ridiculously uneconomical. My theory is that the wood wasn't stored probably before it was shipped to GC. And GC keeps the AC running 24/7. So the store is pretty dry and cold whereas my house is a little more humid and about 75-77 degrees. But the wood should be able to adjust which it doesn't. I've already contacted PRS twice but they haven't gotten back to me yet. I don't even know if they will. Stupid covid messed everything up. Has anyone here ever experienced something similar? Is there anything I can do? Could it be cheap wood? Could it be the away it was stored at GC or the factory? Did I happen to buy a faulty PRS that slipped through quality control? It can't be my playing because no matter how bad I am, the guitar should hold its setup. Please help me out guys! EDIT: I'll make it easy to understand because it seems like my essay is hard to understand. The guitar played like butter after the last setup which was done by an experienced Luthier who has worked on many PRS guitars over the past 40 years. It played really well but after hours of playing it started buzzing all over again but especially in the higher registers on the g, b and high e string. It buzzes so much that it kills sustain. I've had this issue since I bought the guitar no matter who worked on it. I get it set up and it's sorta ok or even plays well and then it starts buzzing again after some time of playing. The last Luthier mentioned that the weather could be the culprit.