For some time I checked them out, they were pushed on me early on by a high end local store.
Are they nice? Sure. What do they bring that say a nice Ibanez brings? Not much IMHO
I've done some A/B testing, actual, live in the same room, flip guitars, amps, ect and was able to get my guitar to sound just like a friends Suhr.
On TGP I asked why they didn't put fret markets on the last two frets. JS writes in that he doesn't like the look, that he still thinks '22 frets' and that he thought the fret markers would give off a cheesy cheapo import 80s metal vibe.
I said it looked unfinished with the missing fret markers - ban
Just an observation, but I seems 4k for guitar, while put together nicely is a little much when in the end, they just level and crown their frets and put some locking tuners on it.
Always going to be peeps with extra money dropping big dollars on toys, but I thought that the owner's comments pretty much sunk the boat for me. If he doesn't like 24 fret guitars and feels that he needs to make them like 22 fret guitars, but at the same time offer up neon drip, buckers, whammys, ect, it's like a deceptive message. He wants the customers but he doesn't like that guitar.
I think it's pretty stupid and personally the only way I would own a Suhr was if used and got it for a song.