havent had the pleasure of owning one myself, however i did hear a guy playing one at a guitar shop and it sounded pretty sexy (clean), like you know that creamy sorta smooth sexual sound you get playing on the neck pickup on the higher frets during a solo?
this uitar sounded better than a real les paul doing it haha
I owned one for a year or so. It's a damn nice guitar for the price, and the stock pickups are quite tasty. Neck is a little bit thick, but no more than any other PRS, and if you like that sort of thing it should be fine.

Give it a try before you get it, as nothing universal, but as far as guitars go this one is pretty nice.
I would suggest maybe trying out the PRS SE Paul Allender Signature. I've found the pups to be a lot more responsive and versatile over the Custom and although people have complained about the tremolo, I've had absolutely no problems with mine staying in tune when I use for some small dives and vibrato. Not to mention it is absolutely dead sexy.

Satan. Grant this man the gift of revenge against his foes at the Food Network.
Thanks for all the posts, they are extremely helpful! i will be looking forward to playing one of these babies really soon at my local music store!
If you get one, consider spending a few hundred on a set of prs usa pickups and your guitar will go a very long way.

What sort of music are you looking to play with it? Or is it going to be a general all rounder?