there are better guitars for the money
Bought a PRS Mira with bird inlays last September. Since then, i've returned it to the factory twice for finish problems... now it's happening a third time. More on that later...
As for playability, this guitar has one of the best necks I've ever played. The versatility of sounds are incredible: i can go from crunchy distortion to clean blues without touching the amp! The combination of toggle from single coil to humbucker, volume & tone control, and pickup switch affect the sound more than any other guitar I've owned. That said, the pickups do seem to pick up everything, so if i play sloppy my mistakes get amplified. As long as you play clean, the sounds are awesome.
I've had two problems with this guitar since I've bought it. These are static and finish de-lamination.
Static: Back in the day, guitar makers used bakelite for their pickguards, which resists static electricity. Most makers (not just PRS) use plastic nowadays, which is a terrific producer of static (when your pick/hand rubs against it) On my Mira, the static got so bad i had audible snap-crackle-pop sounds every few seconds. Rubbing bounce on the pickguard eliminated the noise, but only temporarily. I added copper foil shielding under the pickguard, and this helps tremendously... but i still need the bounce on dry days. If you have a carpet in your pad, i suggest avoiding plastic pickguards. In the price range of the Mira, you can easily find something without a pickguard at all, which is always better.
Finish: the acrylic lamination has peeled off random areas where the Rosewood fretboard meets the neck, both top and bottom, since i bought it. Sent it back twice (so far) for factory repairs. I've heard lots of different reasons from PRS and independent luthiers, but the reason that seems most plausible is that lamination doesn't like sticking to rosewood. I haven't seen this on any other part of the guitar, and have never seen it on any other guitar. I suggest avoiding rosewood fretboards with acrylic lamination. Heck, avoid acrylic lamination altogether! I wish i had... my bass is stained wood with no gloss, and it looks awesome and requires no maintenance. My Mira sheds like a snake.
Another pet peeve I have with this guitar is the cloth wrap around the humbuckers. Maybe i'm just a sloppy player, but my hand often brushes against the pickups and it sounds like rubbing cardboard across a 5 o'clock shadow! Granted, this sound does not come through the pickups so i never hear it when i'm plugged in, but i like to play unplugged sometimes, and at those times it really annoys.
In short, this is a wonderfully joyous guitar to play, but the lamination and static problems really annoy. In this price range, you can find a MUCH better quality guitar. PRS is infamous for being overpriced. Shop around.