Congrats Jesse - sweeeeeeet!
That's gorgeous. Sorry you aren't feeling it.
This is my first proper go with a DGT. It was a bit off putting at first. The two volume knobs and the frets were the culprits of this. The neck carve is very comfortable. Overall the guitar feels more beefy. I joked with a friend last night that it made feel like Grissom and that it seemed to influence my playing. Those 11 gauge strings and DGT frets make you want to let a note ring and/or bend it like it's the last note you'll play. It's a very satisfying setup on an amazing example.
Bummer you're not into it though. I love the 2 volume knobs and satin, particularly on the neck. I don't remember the frets bothering me when I tried one. Trems and gold on the other hand....not so much. I took the gold off my SC artist.
Of course it's going to feel a bit foreign for a short time, but you will acclimate and you'll still be able to work with your other guitars just as well. Meantime this way you have a beautiful instrument with a flavor all its own that's not going to take a hit in value, so why not just enjoy it (seems you're starting to)?
The interesting thing about life is that it is utterly preposterous.
-- LSchefman, 1749