I recently purchased a silver sky, being a huge mayer fan and fan of the blues. This came after a long search for a new guitar and I returned my first guitar purchase from sweetwater. The first one was a Music Man Cutlass RS with rosewood fingerboard and roasted neck. I returned it for one main reason which was the icepicky sound and the Buffered output. So, now here we are and I have a beautiful Silver Sky in White. The pickups sound incredible. I was not a fan of the low action from the factory so I had the instrument set up by a professional tech that has never let me down. That still didn't satisfy me so I also tried multiple string gauges. I have settled on 10.5-50 set from GHS. Although on my other strats I have used 11-52 for years. The Problem: The Neck is so wide, big and chunky even compared to my chunky MIM Fender 60s Player Strat that I'm in pain playing it and having a lot of trouble playing many of the normal runs I do on my strats. I can play it for about an hour and that's my limit. It's a painful thing to try to play this guitar neck and I'm in my mid 30's so my hands are done growing, done getting stronger I think. I'm looking for a solution but I'm not sure there is one. Anyone know of a way to modify the guitar in a way that will make it easier to play, and eventually be able to take this instrument on a 4 hour gig? My first thought was neck reshape. But I'm not sure that would work. Or how it would work. But I do know my tech does that kind of work. Anyone switched the neck on this PRS Silver Sky Guitar? Any Advice? I'm trying to avoid selling it or returning it, because I truly love the sound of it.