Just for reference, I've been playing electric guitar since 2015. Tried acoustic for a year around 2005 but it didn't stick.
I have owned only four guitars. The first was a Strat knockoff that came in one of those cheap starter kits. A friend of mine wanted to get rid of it. It wasn't as bad as I suspected. That it was free helped.
Guitar number two was a barely used Indo RG421 MOL. First owner already put in a Tone Zone/Air Norton set but decided he was a bass player. Still own it. It's refinished in burple candy and has a set of Titans in it. Although I'm thinking of replacing the bridge pup. Anyway, the RG is still my go to for the heavier stuff.
Number 3: a used PRS SE Custom 22. One of the earlier ones. Made in Korea with the half moon dots instead of birds. It was, at first glance, in terrible shape. Long story short: it's looking like new. Horrible active pickups, worn bridge posts and nut all replaced. Great playing and sounding guitar for less then €250.
Number 4: Strandberg Boden Prog 6. Again barely used, '18 model. Bought it last October. First owner was an older guy, guitar teacher. He bought it for the ergonomics but liked the Classic model better. He has been playing for forty years on regular guitars. He got used to the neck and fanned frets in a week or two.
It's light, 2.3kg. Balanced standing and sitting down. Sounds just as big as any of the other guitars. Pickups are a matter of taste but the Suhr's are very versatile.
Can't comment on the trem. It was already blocked off and I kept it that way.
But others report it's solid.
I bought this model because I wanted an HH 6 string Strandberg. This one was available close by, for a price I was willing to pay. If money wasn't an issue I would have gone with a hardtail Japanese Strandberg. Those are quite a step up from the regular Indonesian production models.