I happened across a GC deal on a used PRS SE Singlecut Trem from 2010. I no longer have any guitar with humbuckers, so I took a chance and had it shipped to my local GC. I decided to unpack it in the store and found a pretty noticeable ding along the top edge and pointed it out to the salesman who documented it on the pickup ticket. Anyway, the trem arm is missing, and a previous owner appears to have swapped pickups and re-installed the originals. Two screws were missing from each trim ring and the wire cavity was a mess. I rationalized that it is a used guitar that I got for a below-market price, so I took it home. I tuned it up and strummed a few chords at different places along the neck. All the first position chords were uncomfortable as my hand was in contact with the edge of the nut. The PRS nut is much larger than what I have on my Logan, my CV Tele, or any other guitar that I've ever played. The guitar is likely going back but my question for PRS owners and aficionados - is this "oversized" nut normal? My interweb search reveals a dearth of information and my dentist is out of town. Thanks!