I'd trawl the big box stores for a used one, sooner or later you'll run across a good player. Also, all the vintage spec parts are a drop-in on a MIM, and any neck will feel smoother if you knock the gloss off the back of the neck with a Scotchbrite pad. The only drawback with MIMs are the ceramic pickups, but that doesn't mean you'd love the stock pups in the Road Worn or CV any more or less. So don't hold out for a specific model just because of specs, unless you're apprehensive about doing mods. Which you shouldn't be, because they're fun and you end up learning a lot about the guitar in the process.