Looking to tap your collective wisdom about the impact of neck profile for a beginner. I'm a total beginner to guitar, starting at age 39. (I tell my wife, there are worse mid-life crises.) I've been goofing around with my kid's 3/4 scale Squier for a few months now. After a lot of reading and numerous trips to various guitar stores, I've narrowed down my first purchase to an SE Tremonti or an SE Zach Myers. I love the ZM look, weight, and satin finish neck. But I've got small hands/short fingers, and it seems like the Tremonti's Wide Thin neck works better for me than the ZM's Wide Fat. It feels like I can more easily and cleanly fret chords on the Wide Thin. It also feels like the Tremonti's neck's shoulders (at least the one I've been able to handle) are less pronounced -- more rounded -- which feels easier to play. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to play the two side-by-side. And I realize that small differences among individual units could also account for some of the difference too. Is my perception legitimate? Or is it simply that I'm a beginner, lacking experience, and that the minimal difference (only 1/16th inch of depth, per PRS' Neck Profiles page) would mean very little over time? I realize there are other differences between the Tremonti and ZM -- weight, pickups, and the trem bridge -- but those are less important factors to me.