I have this guitar in the Whale Blue finish, I named her Bermuda. Like any PRS she sounds amazing, feels even better, and her tuning stability cannot be matched. At the time I bought her I had just sold a 2016 Gibson Les Paul Standard T w/ Goldtop because I hated it. I didn't have quite enough for a core model but I knew that the S2's were also American made. Best decision I have ever made. I will own a core soon enough but this thing is my beautiful work horse and I will never part with it!
This wicked unit is named: Ann Margaret because she's red and curvy, and has quite a set of lungs on her. She was an 8 pound 11 oz. baby, almost a full pound more than her 3 siblings in the store. She was modified right out of the box with a set of Bare Knuckle pickups: a Mule in the neck, and an Emerald in the bridge, which was installed backwards to give some serious quack. I removed Paul's volume knobs and replaced them with Bourns push-pulls and have each pup capable of series, parallel, coil-split, and when the neck volume pot is pulled with the 3-way in the bridge position, she goes into a mode where the Mule signal is fed into the Emerald out of phase. She can elicit sounds from a Harpsichord to a surfer axe, to smooth mellow jazz machine, to rock monster with sustain out the wazoo.