hi! Yesterday i posted and asked for some 7 string tips. Now i think i will give those Agile guitars a shot (Ibanez and Loomis signature lost haha) and now i am not sure, if i really want to have a baritone or a normal scale Oo because i own a baritone 6 string from LTD (mhb-400) and its really cool. but maybe with a 7 string its too much as i dont have big hands? i would like to have the option to go down to G# standard, but that should actually work with a 25.5" scale too or not? plus i want the solution that is more "stable" in tuning with the lightest string gauge possible (if you understand that haha) My question is: as i will play 9`s to 42 with a 54 on bottom in B standard, is that gauge a lot heavier to play on the baritone 7 string? i am not a fan of heavy tight strings, so 9`s on my 25.5 " Ibanez RG 505 are pretty much enough tight hahaha for fast legato runs i need that because i am fragile i thought the strings will be looser on a baritone, and easier to bend, but people on here told me the opposite. anyway, some tips and some experiences would be very great and helpful. but for now, i think i will buy the baritone version just to have more space for sweeps in the upper range (15th to 22th fret or so). and tell me, which Agile you recommend me, because i cannot decide as they all look great haha my favorites: Agile Interceptor Pro 727 EB Black Flame at RondoMusic.com (27") Agile Interceptor Pro 725 EB Black Flame at RondoMusic.com (25.5) Agile Interceptor Pro 725 MN Black Flame at RondoMusic.com (25.5 VERY NICE! this one in 27, and i go nuts haha) Agile Interceptor Pro-B 725 EB Black Flame Duncan at RondoMusic.com (25.5) Agile Interceptor Pro 727 EB Camo at RondoMusic.com (27", ULTRA metal, maybe too badass for me. i feel the colour will be boring soon) what about the tremolo? couldn`t find many information here about the tremolos! are they good? i am used to pretty decent upper price range tremolos. so dont know? thanks for your answers! im looking forward to become a real member of this community here : P cheers syn ps: sorry if my english is a bit off at times.