yeah, right number of strings on that thing, though.
A friend of mine (posts here as Devine sometimes) has a Rainsong that I've spent some time playing... It's got a VERY clear tone. Very modern, very expansive, very deep... It doesn't have much of that "woodiness" to it that most people dig in vintage guitars, and I'd need to think before buying this as my only acoustic, but then again, that's sorta the point- it's not supposed to sound like your dad's Gibson acoustic.
It's also very even across the fretboard.
Tonally, this is more Michael Hedges or Steve Vai than Muddy Waters or Leadbelly- I wouldn't buy one of these to play blues on, but if you're doing solo acoustic or acoustic soloing and lookign to push some musical boundaries, this is a great guitar to do so with.
Think of it as maybe an exaggerated Taylor.
Oh, and it's a GREAT guitar for detuning, incidentally...