Happy owner of a PRS SE Standard 24 in blue here, with a few questions. When playing, the low E string sounds louder than all the other strings. I'm using 9-42 gauge. It's louder on both the neck and bridge pickup. The adjustment screws on the humbuckers for the E pole look to be no higher than the others. Should I experiment with screwing them down a little lower, or would it be related to my Vox amp having an alnico speaker and possibly being flubby? I can't recall noticing it when I was testing the guitar in the store on a stock Vox or Fender amp. When using the capo (usually on the 2nd or 3rd fret), the strings are not equally in tune. When placed snug against the fret the low E and A are noticeably out of tune with each other, but with the capo further away from the fret the strings are in tune. It's a Kyser spring capo, so I'm guessing it's pressing down too hard, but I'm not sure why it would be noticeable on the two low strings and not the higher, unless I need to check on my intonation. My G string seems to have trouble staying in tune after string bending. The others are okay, but the G slips a bit. I'm wondering if this is due to my post wrapping. I intend to switch over to the locking tuners provided by PRS as my understanding is they're a direct drop-in replacement, no new holes required. Aside from trying to keep my post wraps tight and minimal, anything else I need to take into consideration? Thanks so much. I'm really enjoying this guitar. I used to play the neck pickup only regardless of whatever I played, and with this one I'm rocking the bridge, playing both, and doing some neck stuff as the mood strikes. I'm also seriously making use of the coil split function, something I never thought I'd be using. It's such a versatile, pleasant guitar.