So last week I was wandering around in a local music store (in Maryland), and upon the wall of used instruments, I was drawn to an SE Soapbar, mahogany, decent condition. Having owned several of these in the past, and loved them, I picked it up and stated to play it. Then as I was looking at it, I started noticing how different this one was. It had PRS gold low mass locking tuners, gold studs and screws at the bridge, what looks like a bone nut, and absolutely no markings on the headstock. No model name on the front, no serial number or statement by WMI on the back. I'm not new to PRS or to the SE line, and I am positive this was made by WMI: the fretwork, neck, truss rod, finish, and everything else was identical and very SE - no way it's not legit. I went back and bought it yesterday after talking them down a little, and it came with a PRS hard shell case. Plugged it in last night, and must say, these are a little better sounding Soapbars as well. I'm digging it. I left my house before the sun came up this AM, so I didn't get a chance to take any photos yet to post with this. What have I got here? A prototype? First run? Employee guitar? At first I thought that these were mods done by a previous owner, but I really don't think they are now. With the local of markings or designations, something else must be going on. Any ideas?