When all the guitars you want only come with a Floyd. lol. I love Floyds. I have had them for years. When they fell out of fashion 10 years ago or so I bought some hardtail hipshot style guitars like all the rage around here, and for the most part they feel naked and restrictive to me. I have went back full circle the last few years. I think 7 of my 12 guitars currently have Floyds. I can't really tell you why I like them. They just feel right to me. One reason is because Pantera, lol. That is what I grew up learning. Also, when I was younger and learning, the guitars you bought were the reject cheap used stuff in pawn shops leftover from the 80's, so everything was a Superstrat with a Floyd. That is just what I grew up playing, and what just feels right to me. I think in general, what feels natural to people, is what they learned to play on. If someones first guitar was a Les Paul, then that is probably what they prefer today. I don't find guitars with Floyds to be that much more work. They take a lot of work for the first initial setup of your preferences and tuning and string gauge and such, but after that they are rock solid. I don't have to touch the tuning for months, where my hardtails require fiddling every 30 minutes. It is true that you need multiple guitars for different tunings though. I have never really understood the idea that people say they want to change their tunings all the time. All of my guitars are in different tunings, and each has a string gauge that is specific to that guitar. I have a spreadsheet of tunings and string gauges.