I had a Mick Fleetwood Blues Band concert on YT this morning while I was installing handles on all the kitchen drawers and cupboards. ( I get every other Friday off - although I don't, because I probably work harder at home those days than I do at my actual work) They were not too bad (the band, that is, not the drawer handles, they were perfectly aligned and fit for purpose ). Their lead player was a gent name of Rick Vito who I am not terribly familiar with, other than he played in Fleetwood Mac a few years ago. He sounded pretty decent and his voice was a reasonable facsimile of PG. What caught my attention, however, were the guitars he was playing. I couldn't catch the name on the headstocks of the ones he was using but I googled his name and discovered the name of the guitar. Reverend. Interesting look about them. Kinda retro / art deco look about them. I read a little more about them and came across a comparison review between them and the PRS SE line (yeah, I was eventually getting to PRS!). The review was pretty much wishy-washy nonsense but the bottom line they came up with was that the somewhat garish looks of the Reverends would not likely sway folks looking for solid quality and a traditionally good guitar look. The one comment that struck me though was that the reviewer thought that a lot of folks are put off by the glossy, glamorous look of the PRS guitar. Seriously? I absolutely am NOT going to knock the Reverend guitar brand - their business is their business - but I truly cannot imagine anyone thinking that a PRS is anything but fabulous, from bottom range to top. Anyway, coda to this long story: So I went on Amazon to see if they had any Reverend guitars, to check prices, and I should not have done that. Amazon always gives you comparable items to look at and they had an SE Custom 24 Limited Edition in Trampas Green. Sweet God in Heaven. And it was calling to me. And it is beautiful! And I am in deep, deep trouble.