Lately I told myself I would be more responsible in my guitar purchases. We all know how that goes. I stumbled upon a sick PRS Custom 24 for a decent price. It's a 2017, which makes it perfect as I despise nitro (PRS are now nitro since 2019 ). However, there are a few things I am unsure about. I love SS frets, it's no secret. Even told myself I was done with nickel. However, I have heard Paul say that they use the hardest wire available. In your experience, how do they hold up? My Les Paul and Strat were full of fret wear, and pretty quickly. The second thing is the radius. It's 10". I've been playing 12" and flatter for the better part of 20 years now. You guys that own a PRS and more shred oriented guitars, do you feel much of a difference? Just in general, how do you feel about the brand and their guitars compared to Suhr and Mayones? These are the two brands I loved owning the most, but I now have solid GAS about the birds. My only experience with PRS was a long while ago when I had a Custom 24 Floyd, which I didn't really play that much due to... erm... the floyd . Regular CU 24 fixes that part. Thanks a bunch for your input!