I got this a couple of years ago when they first came out. I used to have a Huss & Dalton CM, and while it was fantastic, I couldn't justify having such an expensive acoustic when I only play acoustic 5-6 times a year. I looked and looked trying to find something with a well-balanced tone, looked good, and had electronics.
This PRS checked all the boxes. It is very well made, the only slop I saw was on gluing of the inside bracing, but I don't expect perfection at this price point. The bass is full and clear, and the highs aren't shrill at all. Very inspiring tone, and responds well to fingerstyle as well as strumming. This is a great utility acoustic, and has the best tone out of any acoustics I heard under $2k.
I bought this to replace my old starter acoustic and I was blown away. The spruce hard top really adds to the sound, and the pickup is fantastic, and really amplifies what's already there.
This is the more economy model of acoustic guitar from PRS, but these play and sound very well. Good onboard electronics as well. I haven't played the US model to know the difference in quality, but apparently it's substantial as these are about 20% of the cost of the US models. This is an amazing guitar for the price.