Looking at Fender's website, I see that the Player Strat SSS is no longer available in Sonic Red or Sage Green, so the PF board version is only offered in Black, White, Sunburst, or Silver. The Capri Orange, Buttercream and Tidepool are only offered with a Maple neck, the Silver only with PF. But, on the HSS version, the Capri Orange is only offered with PF, and the Silver only with a Maple neck, both the opposite of the SSS version. WTF Fender? I've said it before a thousand times, and I'll say it again a thousand more, they're the same Frickin' guitar. Bolt either neck on any color body! I'm sick and tired of the game where the maple neck only comes in these colors, and the PF/rosewood only comes in these colors. Any models should be available in all colors with either neck. How hard is that? And they play the same game with Teles. The Player Tele is only offered with a PF board in SB and White, not even Black. And there's only six colors available on it, no Silver, only SB, Black, White, Buttercream, Tidepool, and Capri Orange. And how about this? The Player Strat with a Floyd Rose has the tilt neck adjustment, AFAIK the only Mexican/non-USA model ever with this feature. Correction- the Vintera 70s Strat, and the Blackmore model (being based on a three bolt 70s Strat) have the tilt neck. However, despite that, why does the Floyd version have it, and none of the other Player series?