Meaning which guitar is best going to fill, or would, any void that I may have in my stable? And I fully realize that, since I'm never going to play anywhere besides my office, I should just buy what feels right. But if you were me and looking to get your next guitar that makes sense from a needs basis, what would you do? My two current PRS guitars are: 2013 Pauls artist's package and 10-top. It is Mahogany body and neck and maple cap and the Brazilian Rosewood Fretboard. the 408 pickups. 2009 Hollowbody I . Very possibly my favorite guitar. My non-PRS guitars are a Fender Strat Standard with Fat 50’s . and a Gibson 325 . The 325 is a like a 335 except it’s a true hollowbody (not semi) and it has mini-humbuckers rather than humbuckers. The most important consideration to me is weight. Due to back issues and resultant 3 spinal surgeries, if I can play standing for any length of time at all, it is for a very short period. And the only music I want to play at all is blues or some blues/rock. The one thing I don’t have in my two PRS guitars is a tremolo. But how important is that? On the rare occasion I might need it I could grab my Strat? @bodia and @sergiodeblanc know a guitar that I have been looking at. And, shockingly, it is still available. A gorgeous Custom 24 with a Redwood top that is light (7 ½ lbs.). But no tremolo. This thing plays beautifully and I should have bought it and still may. But I'm overthinking this and worried there is something else I need more. (Hence the thread). As far as cost, I don’t want to go Private Stock, but a typical Core is the range I’d like to stay in. The Redwood top Custom 24, above, I think is priced at $3900. That fits the budget. I have the Strat so don’t think I want to go Silver Sky route. I guess my question distills down to if I were to make my next PRS selection based on needs and logic rather than emotion what would you recommend knowing what you now know? Any thoughts are appreciated.