Hi guys, first, apologize if this has been discussed before, but the search function seems to be down. So for some background, I own an Ibanez RG 7 string (can't remember the model number but it's the equivalent of that $500-$700 trem version, except it was made in Japan), that I bought after selling my first ever 7 string, a BC Rich Marc Rizzo Stealth. The reason I sold the Stealth was because of the terrible neckdive, and honestly because of that I pretty much was turned off from "extreme" shapes, and if you were to ask me my dream guitar I'd say something like a Strandberg etc. Now I got an urge to get a second guitar, and I was leaning towards getting a V/Rhoads shape, and figured since I'm still gonna have the RG if this guitar has terrible neckdive etc I can just use it for studio work, and I knew I'd most likely just get a 6 string because of the availability (or lack of) of 7 string Vs. Anyways, I got the guitar I bought (a used BC Rich Kerry King V) and honestly, I'm finding I LOVE the shape...particularly because the "natural" position both sitting and standing is I guess the classical position, where the neck and such is a lot more vertical than how most play, even if you put the guitar on your left leg (think like how Oli Herbert plays) and I find that actually best for me...I can finally do the widest stretches etc and not have to put my foot up Petrucci style and such. Now, after all that, I was wondering what other shapes are ideal/natural for this position? It seems like most guitars that would be considered optimal comfort, basically the superstrat shape, is a more horizontal position. Also, with that said, what companies out there make 7 string Vs/shapes optimal for the more vertical position? The ones I know off the top of my head are like Strictly 7 and Jackson, and then I know with a custom/semi-custom you can add Ran, ESP, Schecter, Agile, maybe BC Rich, Halo, and Waghorn. And it's even rarer if they also add stuff like multiscale necks and such. I actually do have the $$$ to buy an actual pro level guitar and amp and all that but I've been holding off, but I'm starting to get the itch. Thanks!