Recently I saw a Facebook posting for a Taylor mini GS acoustic guitar. It reminded me that I would like to have a smaller-bodied acoustic for traveling, especially via air. It would also potentially be a back-up for gigs that are acoustic-centric. The Taylor did not have a cutaway - not sure that is a make-or-break, but I'd prefer one. Anyway, it occurred to me that a smaller-bodied acoustic would be a possible market for PRS, probably SE but maybe S2. I'd also want a pickup (piezo), but that can be done aftermarket - although I do like the ones PRS use. The Taylor comes in three "styles" or wood builds: Rosewood body with Spruce top, Sapele body with Mahogany or Spruce Top, and Koa+Koa. Those offerings are interesting, and I am tempted to find a GC or similar to go play some. But I really like my PRSi, and really like my SE Angelus Custom, so I'd like to stick to the PRS brand. So, what are your thoughts, fellow PRS-forumites? Is PRS likely to venture into "mini-acoustics" or travel guitars anytime soon, or will they remain focused on slightly-larger than "000"/Auditorium sized guitars?