So, I'm kind of on the hunt for a second acoustic. I play acoustic guitar mostly for me (not out or at shows), so I'm not looking top-tier (or likely even medium-tier given what instruments can cost). To give you an idea of where I'm at, my main acoustic is an old Yamaha SJ-180, given to me by a friend who took a few lessons as a boy but never really took it up. I think it's an 'ooo' sized. The internet seems to describe it as "between an OM (Orchestra Model) and a 0000/M Grand Auditorium size." In any case, the important bit for me is that it's smaller and slightly thinner than a dreadnought. SO -- My main criteria are 1) concert size and 2) playability, as in will the thing stay in tune, can it be set up properly to have low action, etc. Electronics would be a plus, but not a deal breaker. Art & Lutherie is a brand affiliated with Godin/Seagull, made in Canada. I really like what they're doing aesthetically (legacy/Concert Hall Series): -- http://www.artandlutherieguitars.com/ -- http://www.artandlutherieguitars.com/legacy -- http://www.artandlutherieguitars.com/legacy-qdiscrete Anybody have any experience with these..? There aren't a lot of them around used, which could mean that folks who buy them hold onto them.