This has interest for us PRS people in two potential ways: 1) Some of us may have an interest in being a touring musician at some point. I never will. But for anyone on here that dreams of taking your playing to this level, you may find the comments inspiring....or discouraging. But in any case perhaps helpful. Maybe there are some on here that are touring musicians and can add to the discussion. 2) There is lots of PRS goodness in this video. This is by Corey Congilio and Tim Pierce. I have commented on here before about Corey. He is relatively new convert to PRS. I can say with fun I was perhaps one of the first to see his new PRS guitar! I take video lessons with Corey through TrueFire. He knows that I play PRS and on one of his lessons he sent me he said, "What do you think of my new guitar?", holding his new McCarty 594. I can call Corey a friend, I think. It's not like we hang out but I have met him in person and through the lessons have gotten to know him somewhat, to the extent one can through this medium. A good guy. He is currently the guitarist on David Lee Murphy's current tour. Tim Pierce toured with Rick Springfield and then abruptly said no more touring. In the video he talks about the hit to his income this decision had. As I understand from the video he was the guitarist on a Phil Collins studio album. In the video I'm not sure which hollowbody PRS guitar Corey is playing. That is not the new one he showed me. I don't know if he now has another PRS or if this is a loaner. Also I would be curious what PRS Tim is playing. He plays a couple but the one with the dragonfly? fret markers is curious. You can first see it at about 2 minutes and 45 seconds. And you can see it close-up at 6 minutes. Anyway, sorry about the long intro. Here it is: btw, the video lessons with Corey is the smartest thing I ever did in my trying to learn to play guitar.