I had a PRS McSoapy a long time ago and that guitar was all sorts of awesome! It had a teal black maple top so not only did it sound and play sweet, but it was definitely a looker too! I moved that one in a fit of GAS (some things don't change... haha) but I've had a long-term burning GAS to find another one. I stumbled across a teal black McSoapy STANDARD (as in the solid-mahogany version) recently and pulled the trigger. This one is quite beat up and has a bit of fretwear going on too, I didn't take pics when I first got it (should have though... blech!) but it was quite disgusting as well. Looked like the dude hadn't cleaned it since he bought it, grimy-ass fretboard and dings galore! The dings range all the way from those little BB-sized jobbers all the way to chunk of wood missing from the edge of the top. Normally I'm okay with a bit of a beater guitar, but I have BIG plans for this baby. Here's the mod list: 1. Have the bridge studs removed and filled, then have a 2Tek professionally installed: 2. Swap out the stock Duncan P-90s for a set of Thorn GT90-H stapletop humbuckers like the ones I have in Thorn #180: 3. Send her over to Phil @ Philtone for a Stainless Steel PLEK refret 4. Send her over to Chris Bavaria (previously employed as one of the paint guys @ PRS) for a refin in chameleon Gold-to-Silver finish like this: Here are some shots of her after I cleaned up about everything on the guitar I could on Friday evening: It plays great and sounds pretty good as is but I think the mods are going to make it a MUCH cooler guitar! Have to hold off a bit to get the mods all taken care of since I'm short on funds right now but I'm really looking forward to seeing this one come together!