Why not??!! The Custom 24 is the bedrock of the PRS line. It is the reason PRS exists today! Let's talk about this model as well as the P24 - why you love them, how it works for you, what changes you have made to yours etc. I have 3 24 fret models, 2 customs and 1 P24. I have owned many other core models but this is the one that speaks to me. I like the ability to have upper fret access without have to change my hand position. The scale length is another key issue, 24.5 is too tight in the upper frets and 25.5 is too wide at the 5th fret area. (though a CU 24 in 594 would be very interesting!!) I get all the tones I need out of this model as I find the right neck pup and tone adjustment compensate for any compromise in pup placement. I still like the three way switch better than a 5 way rotary or blade - less fumbling during live playing. The only changes I make to mine are a slight bend to the trem arm using a vise to raise it off the body more. I also change the pups a bit. One has an Aldrich bridge and 5708 neck, one with 5708's in both spots and one with Aldrich pups in both spots. I always stretch the strings a number of times before playing, lube the nut now and then and try to tune bringing the string UP to pitch. I think these moves help with tuning stability. Thanks to Rider here I also do my own set ups with frequent truss rod adjustments as needed to get the perfect playing feel for me. What's your story????