Awesome longish interview in the September Guitar World with Mayer and a sidebar with PRSh. "I want to be clear, I wasn't looking to create a signature model. I want to go a step deeper into the genetic code of things. I'm looking to create a series of instruments that represent my point of view - and have a little 'desk time' next to Paul where I can bring some of my ideas to life that, over the years, will tell a story. ..... I don't want the Silver Sky to be a signature guitar; I want it to become other people's signature guitar..... That's why I didn't put my name on the front of the guitar - it's on the neck plate......We don't want to move forward too fast, because people are still waiting for this version of the guitar to get in their hands. But I will say this - I don't think we'll ever see a sunburst model. I want a guitar that echoes what's happening in the world today, and who makes anything sunburst anymore? In 1954, when electric guitars started gaining popularity, everything was sunburst - furniture, record players, cuckoo clocks. So why are guitars still sunburst? Is it because it's always been that way? Does it serve the art? There's some very cool things happening in the world with materials that I want to embrace." Check it out, all kinds of gems in it!