This being the fact that my squier CV50s hangs on a strap very differently than my MIM classic 60s. Differently=better. Everything feels different than the MIM or for that matter any strat i've owned. My arm lays across it more comfortably, it fits INTO me as tho it;s part of me much more then other strats. When i play my classic series 60s strat them pick up my CV 50s the fit is VERY obviously more comfortable in not just the way it hangs but the way my arms feel like they are in more comfortable positions. I have heard how the bodies are smaller, one youtube even suggesting the CV is shorter and held them side by side to illustrate this. You couldn't tell so i did the same with mine and there was zero difference. (maybe at one time there was and it changed? Mines a 2014) I checked it overall and the only difference in size i could find was i used a digital caliper to check thickness and the CV was indeed smaller, but not by any amount that i can imagine would cause this. It was 2/100's of an inch thinner. We're talking about the thickness of your thumbnail or a hair more. I DO realize theres extra comfort in the edges being more beveled than the obviously more squared edges of the MIM 60s but that shouldn't cause my arms to sit at what feels like a more correct angle. Even my fretting arm feels like the angle is better. (straps all adjusted the same) Anyways, not a big deal except that now when i pick up the MIM i feel like i wanna go back to the CV and therefore i'm contemplating a CV 60s. I hate to sell the MIM thats been my #1 for near 20 years but i can't justify both financially. And i can't see playing the MIM if i got a CV60's. So i'm just thinking about what to do and i go back and fourth in my mind daily. I posted just to see what others think abut why the CV fits so perfectly vs the MIM. Just seems like more beveled edges and 2/100's of an inch can't make such a big difference. But whatever it is all i want to play now is the CV. But I love the sound of a rosewood board (i know some say theres no diff but hear it very clearly) and i want to be able to go there when i want that sound w/o feeling like i'm playing a much less comfortable strat.