I grabbed a Singlecut SE on a whim a few years ago as a fun "different" guitar from pretty much everything else I own (mostly superstrats), and recently decided I had too many guitars so I wanted to thin the herd and get rid of some of the cheaper specific-purpose guitars I owned in favor of a handful of nicer ones. Around that same time, a buddy of mine listed this for sale, since the tone didn't really work for the band he was playing in (it sounded too smooth next to his Les Paul). So, a rather nice Warmoth that I no longer really had a purpose for went, as well as an older passive Schecter C7 that was my seven string rhythm recording guitar, and the SE will be going as well once I find a buyer, in favor this as my 6 string rhythm (possibly occasionally detuning to B for lower riffs that don't need the higher strings - for those, my PWH will get used) and "when I want to sound like Slash" lead guitar:
It's stamped as a 2005, meaning it was either one of the last '04s built before Gibson's injunction halted production that didn't shift until PRS won their appeal in '05, or one of the first '05's made after their win. 25" scale, mahogany body, gorgeous (and thick!) flamed maple top... It's gonna take me a while to get used to the 2 vol/2 tone control arrangement, but it's a cool guitar. I got a particularly nice PRS SE (I played the entire inventory of two Guitar Centers before I bought it, lol), but this one is definitely in a whole different league, and I didn't feel the same way about most of the more contemporary PRS models I was playing while shopping for that SE. Currently it's got a set of Duncan Alnico IIs in it, which sound great - I have the original PRS pickups and I may toss them back in just for kicks to see how they sound, but I don't really hear any reason to change the tone, it's a great sounding guitar.
I never really saw myself as the sort to own a PRS - I've always seen them as "lawyer guitars" (and, sure enough, when I posted a picture on facebook, a guy I used to jam with who I haven't spoken to in years sent me a PM and said I should really check out his shop he's a manager at down in Austin, because they have a lot of really nice gear - two Suhrs didn't elicit that response, but a much cheaper PRS did
). But, it's a killer guitar, looks awesome, and is very different (in tone, feel, and the sort of stuff it inspires me to play) than the rest of my collection.