Oh...I don't think anyone has brought this up. The PRS Hollowbody I have isn't a true hollow body. It's an arch-top semi-hollow because the bridge is bolted into a block below the top. A true hollow body guitar has no block under the top and the tailpiece is either some variation of trapeze or Bigsby fastened to the outside, not to the top. Bridge floats on the top, held down by the strings. My PRS Hollowbody (I don't know if it's a 1 or a 2 or really what the difference is) is over 2" deep on the sidewall. The workmanship of the arched top and bottom is fantastic and the top is beyond pretty...but it really plays like a semi-hollow 335 or something...It has a little more resonance in the low notes due to the deep body, but it doesn't have that floating bridge hollow body thing going like an old Gretsch. This isn't all bad. The feedback factor is controllable with my PRS and I've had a lot of fun with that. Sustain is also better than with a floating bridge...unless you're playing the acoustic feedback). With a floating bridge, you can get some pretty out of control string resonances at even mid-volumes. Practice with that for a year and you can develop some very cool techniques. So...depends on what you want to do with this thing.