Ok... I have a Custom 22 which I love to bits, amber finish, birds. It's been played to death, dings, chips, flakes and all and I love it so much, it sounds perfect and feels perfect to me. It's perfect really except for one small thing.

You guys aren't going to like this...

I've developed something of an aversion to the classic PRS bodyshape... I don't know why but I don't want to play such a pretty guitar, I don't know if it's just the direction my music I'm playing at the moment has taken or just how I've changed since I bought it or what but I find the bodyshape just bugs me...

HOWEVER I really really want a Santana, I absolutely love the more symmetrical shaped double cutaway body...

Seeing as my Cu22 is pretty beat and could probably benefit from a refinish anyway would I be utterly insane to consider the idea of having the bass side cutaway reshaped to match the treble side thus creating a symmetrical bodied Cu22 (Basically a 22 fret Santana) ?

Before you say otherwise I know that in its current state having had a reasonably tough life my Cu22 isn't worth trying to swap or sell to get a Santana, also I prefer the 22 fret neck and I don't really like the body top inlay on the current Santana models...

Have I lost it?