A bit of backstory. I got my '07 PRS McCarty a little over a year ago, and it's a great guitar, as most PRS are. I since got a Les Paul standard and since then, my PRS is a little redundant and I reach for the Les Paul far more often. That led me to post the PRS to see what was out there to get something different, add a bit of variety. I've been through a bunch of lower end strats (the highest end one being an american standard.) and I have a hard time getting the tones I think I should get, or at least that I hear others get and really falling in love with a strat. I did manage to find a great Tele that I love, and i'm hanging on to that, but I would still love to add a strat to the arsenal. I've listed my McCarty and was mainly looking to just get an american standard strat + some cash (~$1000 CAD or so) and be done with it. I've gotten a ton of interest so far, but mostly stuff that's closer in value so no cash added, or not much. I've been offered a '91 Jeff Beck +500$ (which was tempting, but that guy wasn't local and I didn't want to deal with the shipping and all that) , '04 or '05 Eric Johnson strat (no cash added, so I'm out on that one), and then the two I've been considering the most. The one pictured was pitched to me as an '88 1962 AVRI. I'm not familiar enough with these, so that's the main reason I'm posting. If anyone can give me their opinions if they have any experience with these. Would a straight trade be worth it? The other I had been considering is a Nash S63 +300$. I've heard great things about the Nash and the lollars do sound good. No pics of that one, he just had a video of him playing it, and it sounded and looked pretty good. It was one of the lighter relic'd ones. Just want to seek people's opinions and check out the legitness of the '88 AVRI. What would you go for, and what would be a fair value. I'm not super concerned with collectible, although would want decent resale value if I decide not to keep whatever I get. I just want to get fair value and I'm not super desperate to get rid of the PRS. The last option is to just hang on to it.