Peavey Wolfgang or EB/MM Axis
the floating trem comes down to that 'ice cream' flavor analogy. Personally i like and require MORE choices in a guitar not less. As you grow and tastes change, you'll realize it's better to have somethign and not use it (ie pickups, tone knob) and just not use it. With this I add the floating trem.
I'd rather see it routed to pull-up and have a trem block installed at the factory to restrict pull up (as per Mr Bertinelli). This, of course, adds to customer options.
I think Peavy is marketing the d-tuna as real 'selling point' which, of course, requires the non-float to work precisely. To them the extra cost and setup is probably not worth it. Just another reason not to buy the guitar in my book, but many enjoy these... glen