As I may have posted before, I'm a HUGE fan of PRS headstock design. Everytime I see one, my heart melts. It almost turns me on.
I just wanted to share, that besides the aesthetic thrill it gives me, I find it very practical for two reasons:
1) When I polish the strings and don't want to touch them anymore, the headstock is very easy to hold with two fingers (index finger goes to A, thumb goes to B), so I can put it in the gig-bag without touching the strings.
2) Since I don't have a guitar stand (and never remember to buy one, until on stage...), the C part allows me to lean the guitar against the amplifier edge (vertical) and it's pretty stable AND there's no risk of accidentally moving the tuners.
Try that with Fender
(the 3-Mike-7 logo is just for fun, no intention to mock anyone, be it PRS or th3mike himself)