I've been playing more guitar lately, & having already changed to pro steel strings due to nickel sensitivity, I've noticed my sensitivity getting worse. I currently have 3 PRS SE guitars (245, Standard 24, & Singlecut Trem), along with an assortment of other guitars. On contacting the guitar tech at my local music store, I've found the cost of a refret to Stainless Steel comes in at around $600 Au each guitar, & more if there is neck binding to consider. That's a considerable expense when you have more than half a dozen guitars! If PRS made a guitar with stainless steel frets, I'd seriously consider thinning out the collection & getting an S2, Bolt on, or Core model with stainless steel frets. As it stands, it looks like I'll be getting a Chapman ML3 Pro Traditional, which is a T style guitar, for around the price of a Squier Tele CV 50s (my first choice) with the cost of refretting factored in (the Chapman Pro series are their range that sits around the same price & QC of PRS SE customs, as they're also made in South Korea, & have stainless steel frets from the factory build). So it's really the CV Tele 50s & spend another $600, or get the ML3 Pro Traditional which comes ready to rock (or blues as the case may be). I'll also be working my way through my existing collection, trading in some of my less favourite & less used guitars, & getting the rest refretted with stainless steel. Surely I'm not alone in this conundrum? If PRS can now make production line lefties, surely stainless steel frets should be the next step as they raise the bar, as they usually do (for other manufacturers to step up to in order to compete)? I love my PRS SE guitars, but won't be buying any more guitars without stainless steel frets, & I'd prefer not to have to buy a non PRS or have to get fret jobs on new guitars!