Let's hope so. Seems as I didn't read into the sarcasm that Sergio's reply.. apologies for that. I'm newbie here, and it just didn't read that way to me. Drew - No Flame, but.... But agree with Kazz I do (Yoda accent). Don't think for a second that PRS (or any other company) don't have marketing people out there with the focus groups and the product testers, thinking about new stuff. They have to bring in change slowly. Every company innovates, else they die. Problem with Fender and Gibson is that they are stuck with certain models. For example, Porsche has the 911, if they change anything on that car, their 911 customers will get in a fit, so they have to innovate on other lines and then bring the successes to the 911. Same with the Strat and the Les Paul. PRS has come a long way since they started. They are building to their customers. If the numbers are right, they'll bring it to their core lineup. Call it dipping a toe in the pool to test the water.