I spent about two hours with one a week ago, and I have owned a PC3. *Huge difference!
If you're used to the thin necks found on most shredders, run away from the PC1. *The neck is as round as a Louisville Slugger at the big end! *But, it feels great.
It's got some great features, including the Sustainer. *The Sustainer in the one I tried vibrated the stings so much that you could feel it. *Swithcing between the two modes of operation yields some excellent sound!
I prefer the Au Natural finish, but the one I tried has a clear coat and I think what is called the Solar finish. *The body is heavy too, of course because it is made of Mahogany.
Overall, it is a sweet guitar. *Takes a minimum of 12-18 months to get one in a color of your choice (possibly longer over seas) and an excellent price tag is in the $1300-1400 range, although most dealers try to sell for $1400-1600.